Well, this was another crazy week for me. Seriously, there were so many things going on I felt like I was hardly home! But some awesome writerly things happened, too.
Like, I got my new cover for Time Will Tell.
What do you think?
I really love it! Here's the back cover copy:
Undercover operative Jason Wright and his partner Kamal were left for dead in Iran---casualties of a war on terror. But Jason survived and he’s out for revenge. He’s selling his country’s secrets to the highest bidder and he doesn’t care who gets it---as long as he gets paid and Kamal’s death is avenged.
Andrew Blythe, a Canadian CSIS agent, races against time to stop the information exchange, knowing that a dangerous terrorist organization will use it to gain control of the Baku oil leases in the Caspian Sea. With those leases, they will be able to finance a weapon of mass destruction---and kill thousands of innocent people.
But things don’t go as planned and Andrew finds himself wounded and on the run, unsure of who to trust. Desperate, he takes Ashton Carlson’s car, and pulls her into the web of espionage that is tightening like a noose around him. Forced to keep her with him for safety’s sake, Andrew isn’t prepared for the feelings she stirs in him. But with danger around every turn, Andrew knows time is running out for both of them. Can he stop the terrorists’ plans and keep Ashton from being killed? Or will he have to make the ultimate sacrifice to save them all?
I also had the interiors for both print and ebook of All Fall Down and Ashes Ashes redone. They look beautiful!
AND my newsletter went out yesterday! If you didn't get it, you can sign up for it here
And the RONE Awards public voting round has started. Have you gone to the Suspense category and voted for me yet? Don't forget! Voting ends on May 3rd. Go here
So, with all of that going on, how did I do on my goals?
First of all, I'm nearly done putting everything in place for the big blogaversary party next week, starting Monday! It's going to be a party you won't want to miss.
I wrote the first scene for my new novella. Not quite ten pages, but a good start.
I didn't do anything on my On the Edge revision. It's still on my goal list, though. Babysteps, right?
So, what are my new goals for the week?
- Get ten pages done on the new novella.
- Have a great time at the party next week!
- Work on my On the Edge revision.
How did you do on your goals this week?