Thanks Lawrence, you two have been busy. I'm very impressed you were able to work together. I mentioned to Meredith that you need to stop in Vancouver next time on your way to Alaska. My husband goes to NY on business occasionally so maybe we will have a chance to meet one day - you two would have lots to talk about if your day job is any indication. Fridays markets must be creating a lot of excitement at work for you!
Hi Larry -- I read Meredith's blurb about B'con and was dismayed to learn they didn't have LADYKILLER for the book signings--when I couldn't find it, I figured it was sold out. They didn't get my books, either, not sure why? I'm very glad you guys were there, you lit up the camera at every event you attended and my son loved dancing around you at the Anthony Awards banquet. We just contacted the Alaska Jr Dance Theater to see about him getting some training, since that was his first and only performance. I think Mr. Whitekeys wanted to hire him! He'll be 7 on Nov. 3rd and we'll all be celebrating it in great style at the H2Oasis water park here in Anchorage. I'm still hoping to get LADYKILLER soon to see what's up -- meanwhile plugging away at my MOOSE MURDERS. Take care - hope you'll both get back to Alaska sometime in the future and will bring plenty of your books with you (smile).
Hi Lawrence and thanks for the invitation. I wish I knew more of your authors other than Lee Child (a fellow Brit of course!) and David Morrell. Interesting collection of thrillers in your movies, too. What, no Airforce One? :-)
My work was in Crafts Business, Bead & Button, Bead Release, and Craft Report. I was a regular contributor to Crafts Business, until they were bought out. I concentrated on the arts and crafts because that's where my interests were at the time. I have to say, fiction and non-fiction are two completely different animals. Non-fiction was so easy, tell me what you want, and I'll write the article. Fiction, not so much.
Much more difficult if there isn't a deadline looming.
Thanks for the invite. I'm pleased to be part of your circle. And congrats on your book tour. I need to get out and do the same thing for my suspense novel CROSSHAIRS. I'm waiting for a directory of indie bookstores throughout Florida. Perhaps we can correspond some more and you can recommend the shops that you found most open to you. Again, congrats! And best of luck with LADYKILLER!
Thanks for the invitation, and I am speechless in admiration of a man who collaborates with his wife. (Or, for that matter, of a wife who collaborates with her husband.) Hope the book is doing great -- I'll look for it.