Hello Loreth, I love your sleigh snippet above. Very cool. I was up at Whistler this weekend and skied like crazy. It was a bit nippy on Sunday but that just made us ski harder. My daughter has developed a fondness for tree skiing and bumps and her poor mommy is a tad sore today. We will be up for a week in February too. Enjoy the clear skies - great for lots of head clearing walks.
Well, thank for checking out Antler Dust. What can one say? It's good to know that the window-dressing / PR stuff "around" a book does connect out there. I appreciate your searching and reading the blurbs and reviews and would love to know your thoughts if you decide to track it down.
Hi Loreth, since we are pretty well neighbours, I thought I would say hello. I love skiing and we go up to Whistler quite a bit. We have friends in Whistler Cay and Alpine where we usually stay. Are you coming down for the writer's fest this week on Granville Island? I am going to see Elizabeth George on Saturday. Good luck with your new book -I don't know much about tracking, but my dad worked up north near Watson Lake for many years, so if there is a small mining town in your book I have some good stories! Take care and drop me a line.
I've been to your beautiful Whistler when I spent 10 days in Vancouver. We toured the area quite a bit. Loved it. Thanks for the request and your books sound wonderful. I lived in Alaska for 10 years so the area of the world you write about intrigues me too. Best wishes to you!! Delete Comment
When I lived in the lower mainland, we used to go walking at Rocky Point, Belcarra and Buntzen all the time, and although we encountered others who'd just seen a bear, never spotted one ourselves all that time. We had to go to northern BC and the Yukon to get a glimpse. Lucky you, you've got one that visits regularly!
Hello, Loreth Anne. I see you are with Silhouette. Great! Apart from my mystery fiction, I write romances under a pseudonym for Harlequin's Kimani Romance line--with my next, CHRISTMAS HEAT, coming out in Dec. '07. Cheers.