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Starting off Right

I have nothing pithy to say this morning. I spent all weekend buried in revisions for Along Came a Duke. (Before you ask, it is coming out the end of May.) I will say the changes my wonderful editor asked for were rather minimal, but you still have to go through a story with a fine tooth comb before the copy editor gets her hands on it.

(Insert the boo-hiss here.)

Poor copy editors. They are much maligned and so very necessary, but they are the bane of a writer’s life. So I like to make sure there is hardly anything for them to do.

So as such, I am out of words this morning and want to giveaway last week’s box of books without too much ado.

And the winner is: Cassie M. who left comment #41. Cassie, please contact me with your name and address and I will ship your box off to you.

With the holiday next week, I am holding off any more giveaways until after Thanksgiving. I don’t want anyone to miss out on winning because they are out of town or away from their computer. But keep reading this week and next as I share some of my “Cooking Thanksgiving” tips, as well as two wonderful authors who have agreed to spill Five Things.

Are you cooking this year? What are your favorite things to make? Or better, eat?

5 comments to “Starting off Right”

  1. Michele Stegman
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      · November 14th, 2011 at 8:16 am · Link

    I love making bread and desserts!
    Not sure yet what we are doing for Thanksgiving.



  2. Rhiannon Rowland
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      · November 14th, 2011 at 8:37 am · Link

    Happy Thanksgiving!



  3. Sylvia
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      · November 14th, 2011 at 9:43 am · Link

    Non-gluten, no sugar, no salt, high fiber, low-carb pumpkin pie. Sounds awful but I’ve tweaked the recipe so it’s actually pretty good. I hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving.



  4. Adelaide Hsu
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      · November 14th, 2011 at 7:59 pm · Link

    Hosting Thanksgiving for the first time this year, going traditional–except for the desserts which involve some flan and coconuts =)



  5. Whitney Barrier
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      · January 9th, 2012 at 8:02 pm · Link

    I really liked your post.Thanks Again. Great.







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