You wanna talk about hope? I'm hoping for a lot of things right now, but mainly I'm just hoping I can get through the month of June.
Virgin's release is June 1, and Double Desire, my contribution to Sharing, the first Sextet Anthology for Siren, will be released June 3rd.
I'm going to the Lori Foster Get Together the first weekend in June. My hope there is that I arrive without having gotten lost. (Mapquest, don't fail me now!) Then I have an INRWA meeting the second Saturday in June.
I have revisions to Stud due June 20th. Then there are the guest blogs for Virgin throughout the month of June. To date, I've written one. Usually I'm done with them the month prior, but several are interviews. Don't have the questions yet, so I can't write them. Guess I'll move on to write the later ones first. At least I'll be ahead on something.
Then there's RWA the last week of June. I'll be missing both of my son's birthdays because they moved the event up to the end of June instead of the end of July. But they're big boys now, so I hope they'll forgive me.
I'm also hoping there aren't any bedbugs in the hotel in New York. Everyone assures me that this is a classy hotel and there won't be. Everyone but my husband, that is. He's worried that I'll bring them home with me. We're on vacation in Myrtle Beach right now, and I'd ask him for a bedbug update, but I don't want to get him started.
Anyway, I'm still writing blogs, still working on revisions. But at least I have an ocean view. Budley rigged up an office for me on the balcony so I could enjoy the sea breeze. And yes, that's an ironing board.
I'm also on the eighteenth floor.
I'm hoping I don't feel the need to jump before I leave tomorrow.