6 Responses to “Greetings from Penrith!”

  1. Rob Charron July 18, 2009 at 3:34 PM #

    Hi 🙂
    That was a terrific blog post!
    Very informative. And fun.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Love from Canada
    Rob
    xoxo

  2. ms bookjunkie July 19, 2009 at 4:36 AM #

    Never mind the blog post, when is Harley Street coming out?!

    Just kidding. The RNA conference sounds great, thanks for sharing.

    The picture could use ‘introductions’, though.

    *blushing* Did my own research. Wasn’t hard, I’m just lazy. August 7,2009. Must mark calendar!

  3. Lynne Connolly July 19, 2009 at 8:34 AM #

    I just handed the revised version of “Eyton” in for edits! I cut out a lot of stuff, but I’ll probably put that out as short stories or free reads. Now I have “Darkwater” to slice and dice! I can’t give poor Angie a 120,000 word book to edit, I want her to keep her serenity.
    The picture – I did give it a title, but it didn’t come out, so the people, from left to right are, Kate Allan, literary agent and author, Wendy Soliman, author of Regency romance, Victoria Connelly, author of the great “Molly’s Millions,” and yours truly.

  4. Sela Carsen July 19, 2009 at 9:40 AM #

    Thanks for the update, Lynne! Sounds like it was a great conference. 🙂

  5. ms bookjunkie July 19, 2009 at 10:56 AM #

    Thanks Lynne!

    Yay, more goodness to look forward to! *rubbing hands together, smirking* I abso-freakin’-lutely love Richard and Rose! I am now totally hooked on the Georgian period…

    Note to self: Stop using so many exclamation points. (ha, managed to not use one there ;-))

  6. Tea Dress : October 22, 2010 at 3:29 PM #

    dyslexia can affect anyone of use but this disease is not very debilitating anyway;;*

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