Day One at VAB

Sunrise
Sunrise at Virginia Beach

It’s been two years since I’ve made it back for Dollbaby Week at VAB – a magical seven days of writing with ten of the best women I know. We come from all walks of life and write across several genres. Together, we create a sacred place of laughter, conversation, mutual support, and inspiration.

My goals for this week are always ambitious. I rarely meet them all, but I always come away satisfied. Day One has given me so much already – a beautiful sunrise, a newly designed web site, time with friends, a walk on the beach, and best of all, a good old fashioned howl at the moon.

I’m pleased with my updated website – I hope you are too! My intention is to bring visitors immediately to my journal and make it easier to navigate the full range of topics covered by my most recent posts.

Within the new framework, you’ll find much of the same content plus a few extras. In addition to traditional information about my fantasy novels, I’m now including – for those interested – a page about my research in ecology and conservation. Links at the top of the site will also take you to my other social media pages. Take some time to explore and enjoy!

I have two writing projects I’d like to work on this week: One fiction and one non-fiction. I’m going to try to divide my time between both of them; we’ll see how that goes. Stop by later this week for updates if you’re curious.

My April giveaway for Philippa Gregory’s The Last Tudor ends tonight, so if you haven’t already, visit my giveaway page at Amazon for your chance to win. Good luck – and don’t forget to check back for my May giveaway in just a few days!

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