Hi, Readers! How are you? Did everyone make it through the past few days without a new blog post from me? …What’s that? You all had panic attacks and had to be locked in your rooms until just now, when I finally, finally blogged again and gave you a much-needed fix?
What do you mean, I’m making things up again? As if THAT ever happens. *snarf*
So anyway, I’m back from a much needed trip to the mountains, where I saw stuff like this:
There was some hiking*, shopping, and light snacking* along the way. It was fantastic. But it was also nice to come home to my husband who, by the way, has been putting up with my shenanigans for TWO WHOLE YEARS as of today.
(Apparently, that potion I stir into his coffee every morning is working, muahahahahahahahahahaha.)
So in the next few days, I hope to:
A) Review a book I read recently that was surprisingly delightful. I picked it up randomly in the teen section of the library – which, sadly, is where I spend most of my time – and it was just wonderful. I had never heard of the author, never heard of the book, and totally could not put it down. Don’t worry, I’ll share it with you very, very soon.
B) Post another Pre-Famous Author Interview with the fabulously funny (and recently agented) Shannon Messenger, who has, I believe, emerged from her editing cave and can socialize with us again. (Be sure to wear sunglasses when you come out of that cave, Shannon. It’s bright out here with the other humans.)
C) I need to remind you about my Hooray Summer book giveaway, in which I give you a free book for the summer. And remember: If I reach 250 blog members by the end of the contest, I pick a third winner. It could be you!
Happy Monday, everyone. I’ll be back soon to follow through on my outlined promises above!
*By “hiking” I really mean dragging my pregnant self up a small hill and telling everyone I would meet them back at the house because I had to go to the bathroom… again. For the 5th time in 30 minutes.
*”Light snacking” may or may not have included a lot of ice cream, the best cheeseburger I’ve ever eaten, and roughly 4 gallons of organic milk.