(That’s a quote from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.  Ah, Lumiere.)

Hooray!  Twice Tempted by a Rogue is turned in to my editor! (And not a moment too soon, since it has just shown up on the Random House site! Release date June 22, 2010.)

This means I have emerged from the Deadline Cave.  I am blinking at the bright rays of the sun, and slowly catching up with email, snail mail, grocery shopping, reading, sleeping, and the like.

I’ve posted a new contest for October and November.  In honor of Isabel Grayson, heroine of A Lady of Persuasion and indefatigable advocate of social justice, and in recognition of the fact that October is Fair Trade Month, I’m giving away gift certificates to GlobalExchange, a nifty online store that specializes in fair trade products.

So, now that all my books are released and I’ve met this deadline, I should theoretically have more time to blog, hm?  And I realize that my blog audience has changed a bit in the past few months, so I’m not sure what all to blog about.  This year’s books?  Next year’s books? What’s new with the darelings? My writing process? Does anyone out there have a burning question…?

What should I blog about?  Any ideas welcome!  All (okay, most) questions answered!

2 comments to “Zut Alors! She has emerged!”

  1. Sarah Tormey
    · October 6th, 2009 at 8:17 am · Link

    Thrilled to hear you’ve turned in Twice Tempted By A Rogue (I love that title)! I’d love to hear more about what you’ve learned since you began your amazing journey as a writer. Has your process changed since the first book?

    I hope you continue to see great sales for your trilogy. I saw that you had great Target placement (yay!) when I was in stores last weekend:)


  2. Venetia T.
    · October 6th, 2009 at 2:28 pm · Link

    Congratulations on your finished trilogy!

    I know I’m insatiable, but I would love to hear more about your new trilogy, but little breadcrumbs here and there would cure my appetite for a bit.

    The new covers of the Stud Club trilogy over at the news section are just 😯 . They really are gorgeous… and hot too, of course. I love how the covers carried over the same theme of the last trilogy but they are still unique in their own way.