My latest book, Autographs, Abductions, and A-List Authors
, is out just in time for the conference season. It kicks off my "Fatal Writers' Conferences" series -- the heroine is an up-and-coming author who goes to a writing conference and WHAM, a best-selling author dies while autographing a book for the heroine.
I had a lot of fun writing this and having the heroine (and other characters) express opinions about agents, editors, publishing, and publishing houses. And to be honest, that's the only reason I wrote it -- because I had fun writing it. I waffled on trying to get it published then I thought, "Aw, what the heck. Go for it."
The result: a new book out. In print in December, in download now
. Then the second book came along. This one is at a mystery conference in Florida that's based on the Clue board game. And now the third book, which I'm writing ... this will be the final book for these characters, wrapping up their story line (and the story line of some of the other characters).
I hope people have as much fun reading as I had writing them. These books just flew off my pen with such little effort. I think that proves that writing can indeed be fun (and should be).