I’ve reissued “What Do You Say to a Naked Elf?” for Kindle, but I wanted you to get a sneak peek at the fabulous cover:
It’s also available for the Nook and as a trade paperback through lulu.comby
The 2011 edition of the Grand Rapids Region Writers Group “I’ve Always Wanted to Write a Book” Conference is over. I had a wonderful time, met a lot of great writers, spread the word about our group and gave a fun, interactive workshop on plotting. Jacqueline Carey gave a warm, funny and inspiring keynote speech, and literary agent Michelle Grajkowski took pitches from a lot of our authors and requested many proposals.
I continue to be impressed with the group of our writers and am so, so glad we had a chance to showcase them this weekend.
Thanks again to the conference committee. You made the impossible happen. No one should underestimate the power of these six women.
I look forward to working with them on the next conference.
I promised the answer to the fledekan disease. It’s what turns my aliens into zombies in my WIP “Oompa Loompa Zombies and the Star Princess.” Easter eggs are a form of inside jokes. I’ve seen them on TV series, and I’m having a lot of fun planting them in OLZSP.
Fledekan is Naked Elf spelled backward.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled program.by