Wednesday, October 24, 2007

P2PC: Final Construction Continues

Progress Update

I'm still slaving away on P2PC, focusing on getting the end chapters in shape and redefining a few of the more controversial characters. Meanwhile, my next two projects have been "talking" to me--giving me a scene here, a rework there.

I'll continue to post updates and items of interest.

Lisa Shearin posted her brand new artwork for book two of her Raine Benares series, ARMED & MAGICAL. Gorgeous! It's a perfect compliment to the cover of book one--MAGIC LOST, TROUBLE FOUND (imho). (Although, I would like to get a glimpse of her male leads, Mychael and Tam, maybe some things are best left to the imagination.) I also read the first two sample chapters of A&M she posted. I like the opening even better than the original. Promises to be a rollicking read when it's released next spring. Can't wait.

A little over a month until the release of THE DOWN HOME ZOMBIE BLUES by Linnea Sinclair, one I was fortunate to get an ARC on. Looking forward to that. I'll have to pick one up. Since the original cover art has been changed, I'll have both covers in my collection. :)

Thanks for your interest in my blog. :)

P.S. Did you notice my new trial 3-D globe radar tracking system? >>>> Love it. Think I'll upgrade when the trial expires. :)


  1. Happy Friday, Laurie! I absolutely adore my new cover. And yes, Armed & Magical is a incredibly fast-paced read. The action never stops. I can't wait until May so everyone can read it. I'd love to see Mychael and Tam on a cover, too. But more than likely, it'll always be just Raine. The folks at Ace Books prefer to feature just the main female protagonist on the covers. At least for now. If my little series takes off, maybe they'll reconsider. ; )


  2. Happy Friday backatcha, Lisa. Did you get your quota of chapters written on book three this week?

    Thanks, Flick. I think the 3D looks great.

  3. Ditto on the globe.
    Uber cool.


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