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Karenne
February 10th, 2008, 07:18 AM
Hey Susan!

I am stopping by to wish you a happy house warming for your new Author Group here with us!

So tell us about your books, your life, your secrets (wink) ..just kidding.

Welcome and thanks for being a part of us!

Ashlyn
February 10th, 2008, 10:28 AM
Nice to 'see' you here and I'm looking forward to seeing you this weekend in Maine!

Congrats on all your successes!

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Karenne
February 10th, 2008, 03:42 PM
Maine? What is going on? Did I miss something? :arghhhh:

SusanVaughan
February 10th, 2008, 04:25 PM
Nice to 'see' you here and I'm looking forward to seeing you this weekend in Maine!
Congrats on all your successes!
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Ash, what a surprise! Soo god to 'see' you here too. Did you get my email about promo for ebooks? We can chat on Saturday anyway.
And congrats to you on all your successes and new writing ventures!
I'm tipping my cuppa to you!

SusanVaughan
February 10th, 2008, 04:28 PM
Karenne,
Ashley is presenting a workshop for the Maine Romance Writers next Saturday. That's what she meant. You're welcome to come, too.

Ashlyn
February 10th, 2008, 05:52 PM
I'm the guest speaker at the Maine RWA meeting this Sat. Karenne. I'll be talking about epublishing.

Ash

Karenne
February 11th, 2008, 12:36 PM
ohh...Wonderful! I wish you all of the best of luck! What exactly about epublishing are you going to be chatting about?

You should post something in the promo area for people to see that will be attending!:flowers:

SusanVaughan
June 13th, 2008, 09:21 AM
Hi Karenne,
I'm really late with thanking you for the welcome. Sorry, but life and writing kept me busy. My life? Not too exciting. The dh and I have been working with the puppy on coming when she's called. People without pets but with children will understand selective deafness. We tried walking her without a leash so she could get more exercise, but she'd wander off into the woods, not come when we called, and show up an hour or two later at the house, with an "Oh, you wanted me?" look on her face. Sigh. Finally, with maturity and more training, she's come around. Sasha is a wonderful, loving, sweet dog and now she comes when called.
And writing? I'm working on a new proposal for Silhouette Romantic Suspense, this one with a secondary character from my last book, DEADLY MEMORIES. Matt Leoni is a laidback ATSA agent who meets the challenge of his life with an old love and a new injury. More later, if SRS buys it. And I've just finished the last edits for my single title coming out from The Wild Rose Press in the fall. PRIMAL OBSESSION was developed after the dh and I did a wilderness canoe trip in northern Maine. Our trip had six people including our guide but thankfully, no murderer, as in the book. Readers can find an excerpt and the cover at my website. More later on the book and my canoe trip.

SusanVaughan
June 13th, 2008, 09:22 AM
Hi Karenne,
I'm really late with thanking you for the welcome. Sorry, but life and writing kept me busy. My life? Not too exciting. The dh and I have been working with the puppy on coming when she's called. People without pets but with children will understand selective deafness. We tried walking her without a leash so she could get more exercise, but she'd wander off into the woods, not come when we called, and show up an hour or two later at the house, with an "Oh, you wanted me?" look on her face. Sigh. Finally, with maturity and more training, she's come around. Sasha is a wonderful, loving, sweet dog and now she comes when called.
And writing? I'm working on a new proposal for Silhouette Romantic Suspense, this one with a secondary character from my last book, DEADLY MEMORIES. Matt Leoni is a laidback ATSA agent who meets the challenge of his life with an old love and a new injury. More later, if SRS buys it. And I've just finished the last edits for my single title coming out from The Wild Rose Press in the fall. PRIMAL OBSESSION was developed after the dh and I did a wilderness canoe trip in northern Maine. Our trip had six people including our guide but thankfully, no murderer, as in the book. Readers can find an excerpt and the cover at my website. More later on the book and my canoe trip.