First, I wake up with a bang! And Finn is hauling Meara to the carpeted floor in a panic. :) It's serious, sexy, and humorous...because of what he's wearing...or...not wearing. I love it when a scene just comes to me like that! SEALs can be so yummy. :)
And truly, that's often how it happens. I could have stayed up all night trying to come up with the ending hook on my first chapter, but I didn't need to. I just needed for the characters to show me what was going to happen next. With a bang! :) That's coming in The Wolf and the SEAL.
Here's a nice review of Seduced by the Wolf:
And!!! I got another bear order!!! This one is for a McDonald Celtic Clan Bear!
I worked on Montgomery Clan bear last night. Just need to finish him up, and then still need to embroider his paws and need to make his bonnet and sash.
The McDonald Celtic Clan bear is for a brand new grandson born on the 20th, whose father is in Afghanistan. So please say some prayers for his father while he serves our country.
Here is the Campbell Clan bear getting ready for his trip to South Africa! Thanks, Ann!
And here is the confetti bear playing with a purple lei before her trip to South Africa also! Thanks, Sharon!
Each bear has its own unique personality, just like characters in books, and they were excited to be on their way to their new homes. :)
On one of my blog tour posts, a commenter said something about a werewolf writer makes teddy bears? Sure, why not! One of these days, I'll make a wolf bear. :)
But I'm anxious to get back to working on Finn and his dilemma as Meara is squirming to get out from under him. Don't you just love writing stories?
Also, if you have some books at Amazon, this is a neat tracker to see how sales are doing all over the world:
I'm here also today with a free book giveaway:
And another giveaway, this one at Deb's Book Blog:
And another great review, this one from a "fellow" librarian! http://bibliophile2
Yesterday, I posted this on Redroom for Authors and had 360 views! Sometimes a picture truly is worth a 1,000 words. As a retired Army officer, this just tickled me and I had to get a picture of it:
You know, I couldn't have made up anything funnier if I'd tried. Every time I drive by this sign, I've wanted to get a picture, and in fact have tried, but never had a camera that could take a clear shot.
And Deb Werksman, my editor at Sourcebooks is taking pitches!
I may have a new deal in the works there too!
Have a terrific Thursday, keep thinking great wolfish thoughts, and give your loved ones a bear hug for me!
"Giving new meaning to the term alpha male."