Monday, May 11, 2009

Enjoyable Weekend


I didn't get a whole lot of writing done over the weekend, but I co-facilitated a critique workshop that went well and one of the attendee's said he read my first book and enjoyed it. It's always a high note when someone mentions they liked your book. That is after all why I write them. That and to get the voices out of my head! LOL

Sunday we attended a 50th birthday party for a friend and another person brought up my books and how much she enjoyed them and wanted to know when the next one was coming out. And at a dinner at my mother in law's house another person asked me about my books. So even though I didn't get much writing done, I PR'd and received positive feedback to keep me pouring the words onto the page.

ON Friday I brainstormed and hashed out the book I'm writing with Lauri Robinson. It is going to be fun if I ever finish the book I'm working on and can get writing it.

I'm anxious for my blog date to come up for the Cactus blog and the Seduced by History. I've learned some more great stuff while I've been researching for my current WIP and I'm ready to share. I'll be at he Cactus blog on the 19th and the Seduced blog on the 24th.

How was your Mother's Day weekend? Do anything fun or did you just spend a relaxing day to yourself?

4 comments:

Lauri said...

Good for you for all the PR that happened over the weekend! I love spontaneous advertising.

Brainstorming on Sister's was fun! Thanks!

I had a great Mother's Day weekend, but ate way too much! Since I was 'home alone' my out of the nest children took me out to eat. I didn't cook Thursday-Monday. LOL

Helen Hardt said...

Like Lauri, I ate too much, but it was a fun weekend!

Linda A. said...

The history stuff sounds fascinating. I'm a history buff too. As for Mother's Day, my family is four-footed and like the pampering to come their way, but we had a nice evening with my parents.

Paty Jager said...

Lauri & Helen, Glad you had a good Mother's Day!

Linda, there's nothing wrong with four-footed family.