Hodge-Podge

Did you read my last post about November being bipolar? Guess what? At 5:30 this morning, the temperature was 72 degrees. Can you imagine? Halloween has come and gone, Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and we’re still wearing shorts. I guess a few of you are jealous as you read this. Don’t worry. Winter’s coming. He just takes his own sweet time infiltrating Texas.

So, like I said, I’m going to be gone as often as I’m home, and to keep from worrying about my blog during this hectic time, I lined up a number of wonderful guests:

Lisa Lickel kicks off the guest post boogie on the 16th with a snarky look at agent relationships, then she’ll be back on the 21, squeaking her author’s claws down the chalkboard of writing.

Friday, the 18th, Ada Brownell has a short poem of the marketing author’s worst nightmare.

On the 23rd, Staci Stallings tells us about the “worst mistake ever,” and she’s followed by two terrific posts by Penny Zeller: “You Might be a Historical Fiction Writer If . . . ” and “When Your Characters Become Real.”

For December 2nd, Karen Baney provided a scene from her new release, Nickels. Her post launches an intro to her wild and crazy promo tour between December 13-15. I’m lucky to be a part of it. Karen and ten other authors are offering the Kindle versions of their novels for 99c, which means if you don’t have Give the Lady a Ride on your Kindle yet, load it up during the promo special (I’m extending my special price for the entire week)!

So, join me and nine of Karen’s author friends at WoMen’s Literary Cafe’s Christian Book Launch, December 13-15. Ten authors will discount their ebooks to just 99 cents. Buy 3 get 1 FREE!

About Linda W. Yezak

Author/Freelance Editor/Speaker (writing and editing topics).
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4 Responses to Hodge-Podge

  1. Thanks for the guest heads up, Linda.

    Here in California winter is wierd, too. Many of our Thanksgiving dinners are served outside on the patio! Out shopping this weekend though, a woman was bundled up in a coat and neck scarf, declaring, “Brrr! It’s cold!” Me in my shirtsleeves, enjoying a balmy 65-degree evening, I figured she was one of those crazy people who like our 110-degree summers. Thank you, God for giving us variety in our weather!

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  2. Fun, fun, fun! Looking forward to the posts.

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  3. Thank you for a great line up, Linda. Enjoy! We will be all ears and eyes when you come back!

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