A Prepublished Novel in the Process of Revisions and Rewrites

Friday, July 3, 2009

Another week has flown by in a flurry of activities. Bestial Cravings is still holding tight to #1 on The Wild Rose Press's Paranormal best sellers list. I've released my debut newsletter, Dayana's Happenings, today. If you haven't already signed up to receive your copy please do so right here on the sidebar. And my "Let Freedom Ring Blog Event" is in full swing. If you are interested in guest blogging during this event please scroll down to my June 14th post for more information.


What else is happening?

I hope to dive back into Roma Wolftales book II, untitled as yet, by the summer's end or early fall. I've got some other projects to finish up this summer and lots of promo to work on at the moment so writing is taking a bit of a backseat temporarily.

I am settling in for a quiet--well, not so quiet, holiday:) I am dogsitting for my friend's Chow-mix and Golden Lab who are deathly afraid of the noise and, as well, experiencing the first noisy holiday with Bea. So should prove interesting. Point is I'll be hanging out at home and enjoying the firework displays from my front lawn. How cool is that? Talk about convenient. No crowds, no parking issues, and no wait to get home. The only negative factor in all this is the mosquitoes. Ah well... can't have everything. But then there is bug spray. So I guess perfection is attainable.

Hope you all have a wonderful holiday weekend. I'm off to gather the dogs, the snacks, and the bug spray. Talk to you later:)



  1. If only they made doggie earplugs!
    Have fun Dayana!

  2. Dayana,
    Your book, Bestial Cravings, sounds like a book I'd love to read. As soon as I can find time, I'm going to do just that.

    Love ya,

    Marli :-)

  3. Yes, it is true: promo takes A LOT of time and effort. Good luck with yours!

  4. Hey, Mary, Marli, and Allie! Thanks for stopping by:)


  5. It's the strangest thing: My dog is neurotically afraid of things that make no sense (like the garbage cans) and has NO fear of loud noises (like thunder or fireworks). She's weird.

    Hope you kept relatively skeeter-bite free!

  6. LOL, Marianne. Isn't that funny? Bea is fearful and timid over such things as a beetle hitting the metal awning yet she fared very well yesterday with the exploding M80s and the noise of fireworks. She is also the first Sheltie I've had that doesn't go bolistic in thunderstorms. Go figure:)

    My last Sheltie, Gypsy, was deathly afraid of flies. If one got in the house, she barked hysterically and would hide.

    No bites today so we're good:)

    Have a wonderful week.