Remember when you were a kid and the last month of the school year seemed to last f-o-r-e-v-e-r and then the summer vacation flew by supersupersuperfast? That's how I'm feeling right now....though which I'm feeling at any given moment is anyone's guess.
THE FIRST VICTIM will be released one week from today. It's taken forever to get to this point...or at least that's the way it feels. I came up with the idea for this story ten years ago. (See? I told you it was forever.)
People keep asking me if I'm excited and here's the honest answer: Up until now, I haven't been. I've been overwhelmed with so much work (good stuff, some of which I hope to tell you about soon!) that I haven't really had the luxury to sort of bask in the satisfied glow of having reached this goal. It doesn't really feel "real" yet...I'm hoping it does by next Monday, lol.
This very kind of review from B.E. Sanderson gave me my first taste of what the "real" experience will feel like. She said, "So, if you enjoy Romantic Suspense with the flavor of Allison Brennan and Roxanne St. Claire, get thyself over to Amazon or Carina and download a copy."
As did this interview I did for The Big Thrill.
Just so you know, I don't spend ALL of my time talking about THE FIRST VICTIM. Make sure to check out my guest post at Magical Musings on Thursday. I'll be talking about The Five Books Every Woman Should Read.
Help me out KILLER FRIENDS: Tell me about a time you've felt things in your life were going too fast...or perhaps too slowly. How did you cope? I suck at "being in the moment". Any ideas about how I could better appreciate this exciting time?