I have a new writing group!
(The cap gun that Sophie's holding is Lala's.)
I'm so damn excited about this group blog. I'll be writing there every two weeks (so you should throw it in your RSS reader), and the eight women writing with me are AWESOME.
These are the women to follow. I mean it. (That's why I'm hanging out with them.) They're pretty and smart and sexy and great writers and they have very good taste. (Unlike Pandora, which just started playing Zydeco. Now, Zydeco has its place, but its place is not in my room right now. Ack.)
And someday, I'm convinced, people will say, "Really? They write on the same blog? All of those famous New York Times bestsellers? Wow!"(No, really. I think that will happen.)
I didn't have a writing group for so long that I was parched, wanting that camaraderie. I guess it had been since grad school crit
groups, ten years (gasp) ago. And the women over at the blog aren't
critique partners, they're partners in crime. On Sunday, Sophie
Littlefield had an informal get-together at her house, with the
intention of working. And you know what? We actually worked. People
were draped all over her house, in various states of set-up. From
Martha on the couch with her headphones on, laptop keyboard afire, to
me at the kitchen table with my whole set-up — computer, keyboard,
mouse, writing stand, binder, pen, post-its. Once an hour, we cracked
up and talked and refilled our coffee cups, and the rest of the time we
worked. I finished my second draft of book two there, and I was SO
happy about it.
Come say hi and make us feel welcome. (Scroll down — there should be two posts by me, but you should read all of the others, too.) We're still a little shy, so let's show them who the Knitters Are. HERE WE ARE.
(Hello, graveyard. Nothin' better for photos, no?)
PS – Not related to anything else, but I just found out that How to Knit a Love Song WILL be available in Canada, around the same time as it is in the US, in March. Hooray!
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