The panel was an experience! The ten other writers who appeared with me were veterans of the game, even though they haven't been writing and publishing all that long. But they all have a lot more books written and published than yours truly. The room was packed with their fans--71 people was the count I heard. I was green with envy, of course! All the other writers were so nice and I had a great time meeting them and talking over lunch. Laurel Keller and the other staff of the library were fantastic! Laurel really knows how to put on an event and make all the attendees feel welcome.
Next up is the panel at the Fleming County Library. It was originally scheduled for February, but snowy roads forced a rescheduling to Saturday, March 28th, 11am to 1pm. I'll be appearing there with at least three other authors: Brad Jones, Lora Perkins, and Kent Freeland. If you live in the area, we'd love to see you!
I need more reviews for my romantic suspense novel, The Wrong Kind of Man, so I'm running a promotion. Until the end of March, the ebook version will be on sale for just 99 cents at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Kobo, and probably another site or two I'm forgetting. I hope you'll give it a try.
Until next time . . .