Monday, March 11, 2013

Coming soon...

Happy March! I can't believe St. Patrick's Day and Spring Break are around the corner. March is such a tease here in Virginia. We had a snow day last week, followed just a few days later with a gorgeous spring weekend. We grilled both Saturday and Sunday, and I prepped some garden beds. I get serious gardening fever in March, but I know we get freezes through April, so I have to hold back. In fact, today it's overcast and we're due for cooler temps this week.

But speaking of teasers, I figured I'd point out all the upcoming interviews :)

Here at A Writer's Rush:
March 18 (next week) - Carol Kilgore (Indie Author)
March 25 - Cathryn Parry (Harlequin Superromance)

and at USAToday's HEA blog in April (exact days to be announced):
Kris Fletcher (Harlequin Superromance)
Pamela Hearon (Harlequin Superromance)

Wishing you all dreamy spring weather!


  1. You're going to be on HEA? That's supper cool.

  2. I'm looking forward to being here next Monday!

  3. Our snow/ice is steady melting, but I know we'll get more before spring is eventually here. :P

  4. My gardening bug has already got me. I started onions and comfrey, but I need to wait at least three more weeks before I can put in the main garden.

    Looking forward to your guests!

  5. Hey Ciara! Yep, I started doing Harlequin author interviews for HEA (about one a month) this past fall and it has been a cool experience :) Thanks for popping in!

    Hi Carol! Me too! See ya soon :)

    Hi Stina! LOL, I know everyone north of here thinks we're wimps when it comes to snow ;). We're so unprepared that if we get an inch or more, school is out.

    Hey Maria! I get gardening fever so severely it's not funny (LOL). It scares my husband. I can live without clothing shopping (it's depressing trying to find a good fit), but show me plant varieties or garden ideas and my hubby has to hide the credit cards. I'll stand in front of the seed packet rack looking like a kid in a candy store. Right now, I'm narrowing down some shrub varieties for a certain spot.