Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Wore Slick

That's how my dad would describe it. I'm totally exhausted. What a day! I flew from Boston to Seattle with a stop over in Chicago. I'm staying with my dear friend and she and I finally knocked off at almost 2AM my time! It's just so hard to stop once we get going talking about our stories and brainstorming new ideas.

I'll be speaking at EASTSIDE RWA on March 10--I almost said tomorrow night, but it's already tomorrow! If you're in the Great Northwest please check out their website http://eastsiderwa.org/ for directions and times. I'd love to see you there!

I'll also be blogging all week at BookTalk with J & J The first post is already up and everyday, there'll be more new material. Please leave a comment or questions, 'cause I'll be popping in to chat! And one lucky commenter will win a copy of Vexing the Viscount!



LuAnn said...

Unfortunately, I have to work tonight and we're under nasty weather here in eastern Washington, so there's no way I could make the 3 hour trip to Seattle. I would have loved to drive over and meet you, though.

Nynke said...

Wow, that sounds like a lot of fun, even if it's a but exhausting. Hope you get to rest afterwards!

And by the way, I loved Vexing the Viscount!

Genella deGrey said...

I so want to see your workshop someday, Emily!

I have a writer friend I get together with - and we can talk for HOURS!! LOL

Romance writers are the best kind of friends to have.

Carol L. said...

Hey Emily,
I'd imagine with all the blogging and speaking engagements you must be exhausted. Please rest and take care of yourself because we need you to write more great stories. :) I finished VTV and loved it. Loved meeting Gabriel and Jacki again too. Loved Daisy and Julian. Thanks for another great read Emily. Maybe one day you'll speak in New Jersy. :)
Carol L.

EmilyBryan said...

LuAnn--3 hours through the Cascades with snow would be a very long trip! Hope we can meet sometime, but I certainly understand why you couldn't come this time.

But what a treat to be back in Washington! I didn't realize how mountain-deprived my soul was till I was out driving around with my friend today.

Nynke--Thanks so much! I'm so glad you loved VTV. Please share it with a friend. :)

Genella--I'll be doing workshops at RWA Nationals and RT this year. Maybe we'll see each other then.

Carol--This has been a restful trip. In many ways, I'm coming back to my literary home. I got my start with Eastside. Even though I'm working, I'm among friends.