As evidenced by my very sporadic (and almost non-existent) blogging over the past couple of years, I think it’s obvious that I’ve been “over” Livejournal for quite some time. Unfortunately, it took awhile for me to get the time and energy worked up in order to switch the blog over to another platform. I’ve been using WordPress for my website for years, so it seemed a natural fit for my new blogging software. I’m no pro, but I’m happy with what I’ve put together so far and plan to keep tweaking over the next few days.
Speaking of the next few days, it’s hard to believe that my second book, Green-Eyed Envy, will officially hit the stands in just under four short days. As proud as I was of Red Hot Fury, I’m just as proud of GEE, if not more so. It’s the first book I’ve written under contract, the first book I’ve written to deadline, and the first sequel I’ve actually completed. I kept in mind some of the complaints people had about the first book and mystery fans will be happy to find that GEE is more of a “whodunit” than Red Hot Fury, which was more about Riss’s discovering the betrayal and how she dealt with it. I love seeing pictures of my books “in the wild” so please send me any that you take of Green-Eyed Envy. I’ll do a contest where I draw a winner from those who send me pictures of GEE in the wild and send them something fun in a week or two.
I have plenty of guest blog posts and interviews coming up over the next month–which I’ll link to as they go up–and I’m going to make a concerted effort to blog more regularly now that I have a less annoying blog home again. Promise!