The exciting conclusion to The Lumber Baron's Daughters series is coming in October.
A Model of Devotion...plenty of danger and action and romance.
Jilly finally faces the fact that she has to get married to be safe. And yet getting marriage is the most dangerous thing she can imagine.
This week I'm on my way to a writer's conference.
I'm so nervous I can't STAND IT!
I've done a few, very few things out in the real world but mostly within my small bubble of close friends and family.
But I love the ACFW Conference and am determined to go. So...
I'm trying to ignore the upcoming conference, all while packing and planning and booking flights and a hotel room.
And yes, it's a little insane. But I think now instead of crazy, they say you're compartmentalizing.
So I can pick out clothes and pack a suitcase, while ignoring that I've got to get out of my bubble for a while.
I've got writer friends coming, including some Seekers, that I want to see so BAD!
So I'm doing it and I've got a new release coming to promote so it's a good thing, right?
Anyone else going?
Have any of you done this? Stepped back out into the real world boldly? Or had trouble doing it?
I'm a serious introvert. I think introverts make the best writers, because liking people is just so TIME CONSUMING. And not to say I don't like people...I just don't want to talk to them, or see them, or be out of my recliner.
That's not the same as not liking someone.
So tell me how you've emerged from your cocoon. Are you an introvert and an extrovert and, btw, I WOULD think Introverts make the best writers, now wouldn't I?
And maybe, I'll see you in St Louis.