Writing is a solitary activity, but the beauty of the internet is that you can chat with anyone, anywhere, at any time.
I've made some great friends via the net. Sometimes I strike up a conversation with a complete stranger on a message board and before I know it we've swapped email addresses to become crit partners, sounding boards, and the modern day equivalent of pen pals.
Now I'm getting the chance to chat with readers about CONFESSIONS OF A SLIGHTLY NEUROTIC HITWOMAN and I've got to say, it's pretty cool. I've followed the progress of readers on GoodReads as they've read their way thru the book (seriously nerve-wracking, but ultimately rewarding). I've gotten some AMAZING notes from both reviewers and readers about the novel. I've asked and answered questions on Twitter, blogs and Facebook and I've had the chance to share some of the incredible early reviews the book has received.
Not to mention that once a week, I get to chat with you here. Which is wonderful. And awful. Because there are just some weeks when I can't think of what to talk to you about. Like this week.
I could shout from the rooftop that CONFESSIONS OF A SLIGHTLY NEUROTIC HITWOMAN is coming out in paperback tomorrow!!!
Or I could tell you to stop by THE WRITING SPECTACLE tomorrow to check out the interview with Godzilla.
Or I could BEG you to stop by the Avon Romance Blog and tell my editor that she was freaking brilliant to buy my book and you want her to buy the rest of the series.
But really, I can't think of what to chat with you about.
So tell me Killer Friends: What would YOU like to chat about over the next few weeks? Because I'd really like this to be a conversation, not just me spouting on about the subject-of-the-week.