>Today, my critique partner Rinda Elliott is blogging about the Writer in Waiting at the Deadline Dames. And I can assure you that if you’ve ever queried a novel (with or without an agent), you know exactly what she’s talking about.
[Edit] Oh, and my conference roomie and good friend Jocelynn Drake has finally revealed the cover for Dayhunter, and she’s giving away cover flats!
Also, in one other tidbit of news, I’ve been cleared to announce the official title of Werecat 5. Henceforth, it shall be known as SHIFT. Or, Shift, once it’s written.
I hope this doesn’t confuse people. I get the occasional email (and review) complaining that the reader had no idea Rogue (or Pride) wasn’t a stand-alone or first in a series until after s/he had purchased it. I’m genuinely sorry about that, but there’s little I can do. I don’t design the covers. The series does have an official title (Shifters), but that has yet to make it onto any of the covers. So, if you’re reading this, and you haven’t read the books (yet), here’s the order in which they should be read:
Stray (Yes, Stray is still out of stock. But it’s coming! I swear!)
Shift (but not until March, 2010)
Although, I’ve also been told by several people that the first two may easily be read out of order. Which is good to hear.
Okay, I must finish the Shift synopsis. Now. Wish me luck!