New on the Website
Procrastinating from starting a new book always means that I suddenly find myself embracing the busywork tasks I’ve been putting off for ages. I haven’t quite gotten around to cleaning my closet yet, but I have seen to some long overdue updates here on the website.
Ivy & Intrigue: A Very Selwick Christmas (aka the Selwick Christmas Novella) is now available in its entirety via the Diversions page.
Over in the FAQ section, I’ve updated a few of the most frequently asked questions, including the ever popular “How many books will there be in the series?”
As you can see on the sidebar, I will be doing some city hopping and book signing starting in April. Stay tuned for more specifics about New Orleans in April and DC in July.
Have a great weekend!
Yay new links to click on for no reason other than they are new and shiny!
I was looking at “Ivy & Intrigue: A Very Selwick Christmas”, and I got as far as the first chapter and when I clicked on the link to the second chapter all that came up was “https://laurenwillig.com/diversions/novella/averyselwickchristmasch1.html
Thanks for letting me know, Kristen! I’ll get that fixed.
All fixed now!
And my variation to the FAQ answer of how many more there will be. . . as long as you keep writing them, I’ll keep getting them! So hope it’s lots and lots! 🙂
I was just roaming over the FAQs now, and i’ve got a question for you Lauren, If PinkVI is entirely done, when is it coming out, on what stage of publishing is it?
Just curious… 😀
Oh, Lauren! You must come down here to the south east! I’d love that so!
This is utterly random but I would like to suggest that you make and put up a “Which Pink Carnation Series Herioine are You” quiz. Just an idea that sounded fun to me.
Meant to say heroine, not herioine…
You’re coming to DC? Yay! Does this have anything to do with the RWA conference? 😉
Cho, I love the quiz idea!
You guessed it, Courtney! I’ll be in town for RWA, which holds a great big booksigning as part of the conference. For those who are going to the conference itself, I’m going to be giving a talk on “How to Live in Another Century or Just Sound Like You Do”.