not yet, but I’m making progress

Just checking in to let y’all know I’m writing well and making progress. Oh and, we’ve got a cover for the Berkley trade paper edition of Pajama Girls.

How is everybody?

PS On another front, I’m spending a part of every day working on the revised second edition of English with an Accent. It’s very odd but quite interesting to get back into linguistics research.

14 Replies to “not yet, but I’m making progress”

  1. That’s a gorgeous cover.
    Glad to hear you’re making good progress.
    I’ve finished my move to Texas and am enjoying retirement.

  2. Great to hear all is well.  Second-last day of school for the grade-school children up north here.  Lots of excitement and plans being hatched.  Along with mosquitoes.  Ah, summer!

  3. Great to hear you’ve been productive. Your decision to knuckle down and set yourself a deadline has been a good inspiration for me as well.Race ya!

  4. Glad to hear the writing is going well!  Looking forward to Book 6.
    Like the cover for the trade paperback.  When are they going to release it in trade paperback?
    Enjoy your summer.

  5. Hi Rosina!The cover is gorgeous. I love it. I miss you though… it’s been weird without your posts, but I totally understand.See you soon hopefully!

  6. I am looking forward to the new books and when you can post more.  In the meantime, here’s to continued progress.

  7. Hey you! Glad ta hear your making progress. Missed visiting the site, nothin really fills up that space ya know? *sniff* :P
    Be well, take care and get’r done! :)

  8. I’m reading Mary Doria Russell’s newest novel, <i>Dreamers of the Day</i>. It’s another excellent one. Things I didn’t know: Woodrow Wilson was the 1st American president to visit England, got influenza just as the Versailles conference began and so he had no influence on reshaping Europe after WWI. Bob Hope’s first name was Les.  10 million men died in WWI; 150,000 were Americans. Aqua Velva existed. Also Palmolive, Elizabeth Arden, Etc.Nice cover. I was in Powell’s in Portland, OR, last weekend. Got friends hooked on Wilderness, TTTT, and, Lambert Girls. Just doing my part! Yes, I bought some books too, but had to skimp to fit it all in carryon.

  9. Glad to “see” you, Rosina! Got my daughter married off on June 14th — beautiful wedding, if I do say so myself!! But I’m still trying to recover (also had a death in the family immediately afteward).

  10. Glad to hear you are making progress!  I was just thinking about Queen of Swords this morning.  I’m not sure why it popped into my head.
    Hope you had a fun holiday!

  11. Well, I have just read all the books again for the 4th time, and am DYING to see how and where they all end up. Hope the creative juices are flowing well and you are making inroads. We are all on the edge of our seats waiting for the announcement. Happy writing!!!!

  12. I just finished reading this book today and loved it!  Such a great collection of characters.
    The story was real and the southern-ness not overdone as in some books I’ve read.
    I really like the cover for the trade paperback.

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