First of all, you may have noticed the slide show with your book covers has disappeared from the top of the page. That's not because I stopped loving you, but because Amazon cancelled all the affiliate accounts of people in Illinois due to some new tax law. I'll add something else to point people to your great books later. :)
While you're waiting for that, let me tell you about our cat, Macy. She has the bad habit of opening every drawer and cabinet she comes in contact with to examine the contents - she's worse than a toddler. She goes through the kitchen cabinets and drawers at least once a day in search of food and entertainment. One day, she pulled out all the pot holders and dish towels from a drawer and dumped them on the floor. The other cat promptly came over and peed on them.
And my daughter wonders why I want to give them away...
This morning I got up, went to the kitchen, and saw that she had discovered there was actually a drawer under the stove she hadn't seen before. This is a heavy, metal drawer full of pots and pans, but she somehow managed to get it open and sifted through my pans. What was she doing? Baking cupcakes? Loaning the pizza pan to the neighbors?
Tonight, I think I'll post a sign on my door: "Cat burglars welcome. Steal my cats, please!"
Of course, Macy might slip the muffin tin under her arm as she goes...
Now, on an unrelated note (or related, since I did say "cats and covers"), in keeping with the 10 day overcome writer's block program, I've been bribing the right side of my brain with treats for writing. For example, 20 minutes of writing = 20 minutes of something fun. Tonight my reward was to play with making a cover for my WIP - a book unlike anything you've read from me so far - this one probably won't even have a single sex scene in it. ;) It's more of an action/adventure with strong romantic elements.
Anyway, here is the result, and I kind of like it. Of course, it's subject to change once the book is actually finished, but the right side of the brain had a good time, and it inspired me to keep writing. (Oh, and I did another different sort of cover for my friend, Mark Diehl, whose drugs/guns/horror book will be released soon - you can find it on the Digital Art page - and if the cover I mention above doesn't show ((it keeps disappearing)), I'm going to try to add it to that page as well.)