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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Winter Hours

There is a time and a season for everything under the sun. A time to sow, and a time to reap. A time to write, and a time to sleep. A time to blog daily, and a time to pack the computer in a box and move across the country.

Holiday blogging is normally erratic. Of all the things that need to get done, writing blog posts usually falls right at the bottom of the list next to running for mayor or skydiving off the Empire State building. There are more posts coming before January. The cover art for EVEN VILLAINS HAVE INTERNS is coming, along with the blog tour schedule. I've seen the prelim art and I really think you'll like it.

There will be other posts. Random travel notes and holiday trivia. I might bump some older posts up or host guest bloggers. Nothing formal is planned for the next month.

When I get back in January there will be giveaways for the print release of EVEN VILLAINS GO TO THE MOVIES and the ebook of EVEN VILLAINS HAVE INTERNS. February sees the print release of INTERNS and April is the ebook release of JANE DOE: THE DAY BEFORE (which is already available for pre-order if you want to get your shopping done early).

2015 is going to be a busy year, my lovelies! I hope you'll stay with me for the wild ride ahead.
- Liana


  1. I'll be here for as long as I can :)

    1. "...as long as I can." sounds ominous. Is everything okay?

  2. I have an extremely rare form of cancer - PMP (psuedomyxoma peritonei) and in July I was told it had moved into the final stage. Final stage can be one year or five years. *shrugs* So, I will be here as long as I can.

    This site www.pmpcure.org is the best site out there for information.

    1. I didn't know that. I'm so sorry. *hugs*
      *hugs you harder*
      Don't go. :(

    2. *hugs* Hey, I intend to set a new record for living with this cancer in the final stage. I don't talk much about it because I don't want it to be the major focus of my life.

      It's hard enough keeping hubby from treating me like an invalid when I'm still capable of doing so much. There's been limitations imposed already by the cancer and surgery, I don't need to be limited further by well-meaning and loving family and friends. :)

      The best weapon I have is an optimistic and positive attitude with as little stress as possible. Not always easy to have but since that's close to my "normal" state it's one I'm usually in.

      So, I am doing my best to beat that five year limit. I don't want to go yet. Maybe in another 50 years but not yet. :)

    3. You're going to beat the five year limit. If anyone can do it, it's you. :) *more hugs*
      *\o/* Go you!!!!