I know I’ve been a bit MIA lately. My excuses are many. Deadlines. Edits. New releases. Taking on more writing than I have time for. Becoming obsessed with watching past seasons of Sons of Anarchy. Promo ho-ing, though I must be doing a good job of that. Since I was here last, I hit the USA Today bestseller list with two different books and the NY Times list with one.
Me (left) and Eliza Gayle (right) on a riverboat in Savannah
And then there’s the travel… Since I last blogged here I was in Savannah, GA for a convention, and had a whirlwind weekend at the beach in Montauk, NY.
It seems as if I just got home from a trip to Seattle and in just a few days I leave for Vegas. Both of those trips are dual purpose–business and pleasure.
I have a few good pics for you from Washington State, and I hope to have even more from Las Vegas, so stayed tuned. For now, enjoy my visit to the rainy Pacific Northwest. And don’t you all dare comment how that is a myth because the week I was there yes we had some sun, but they also broke records with 6 inches of rain!
View of the wheel and Space Needle from the Bainbridge Island ferry
The Public Market sells tons of cool stuff and yes, I saw them tossing the fish
The first ever Starbucks. Imagine when there was only one?!
At the EMP Museum exhibit I saw Christopher Reeve’s Superman costume
Captain James T Kirk’s chair from the bridge of the Enterprise complete with tribbles
The Blair Witch Project’s witchy thingy
Michael Jackson’s Thriller video zombie costume
Inigo Montoya’s sword and the Highlander’s Katana
I’m told this original Cowardly Lion’s costume from the Wizard of Oz was made from real lion pelts
And finally, here’s Sasquatch-seen often in the Pacific Northwest and a creature who scares the crap out of me, much to the amusement of my Seattle friend!
That’s it. It’s off to Vegas for me next and the Professional Bull Riders Finals. I’ll also be having a book signing at the Barnes and Noble on Sun. Oct 27th at 2, and I’ll be at the Rider Relief Fund booth in the PBR Fan Zone Sat. Oct 26th 11-2. More info on my event page.
Maybe I’ll see some of you there!