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Farewell, L.A.

Hey, Guys. I have done everything humanly possible to post the regular blog, but getting decent Internet connection has been pretty much impossible. I am on my way home from Los Angeles, so everything will be back to normal tomorrow. Well, as close to “normal” as this blog gets, anyway.

Right now I am literally heading to the terminal to catch my flight back to DFW. Eager to get home.

Okay, L.A. was a ton of fun and can’t wait to tell you guys all about it. If you get a chance, I was quoted in the Saturday Los Angeles Times, which was super cool. Looking forward to sharing loads of great new information with you. This is a great time to be a writer.

And the contest is still running. I love hearing from you guys, and this is the place where leaving your opinion counts big. Leave a comment and win your chance to get your first 15 pages edited by moi. This way you can put your best foot forward when submitting. OR, if you prefer, get a blog diagnostic. I will stop by your blog and tell you how to make it really POP (as I like to say).

Go to Friday’s blog for more details. I don’t dare type them out here. No telling when I am going to lose the connection again.

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  1. When are you going to do a book signing in the DFW area? If you don’t have one scheduled, think about it at least…

  2. Enjoy yo travels. Looking forward to the recaps.

  3. Fly safe! It was great meeting you!

  4. All this time in LA … when’s the movie opening? I’m ready. Hurry home

    • Gene Lempp on April 11, 2011 at 8:35 pm
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    Assuming your home by now…welcome home 🙂
    Can’t wait to hear all the great tales of LA. Safe journeys.

  5. I’ve never done RT. I’d like to know if you think it is a worthwhile conference for authors? How about for authors who might not do romance? I notice several thriller authors attending.

    • Diana Murdock on April 11, 2011 at 8:59 pm
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    It’s great that you got out to L.A. I feel it’s always a positive thing to put one’s energy out there – wherever one may go. I look forward to reading what transpired.

  6. Congrats on the mention in the LA Times!

  7. Look forward to hearing all about it!

  8. Hey Kristen… congrats on being quoted in the LA Times! That has to feel super fuzzy, hmm? Looking forward to hearing all about your endeavors out west…. stay safe on your trip home…
    Take care!

    Darlene

  9. Welcome home Kristen! Don’t get too comfy, I’ve already written you in as a name that simply MUST come to the Writers Institute in Wisconsin! I gave several people your name and blog so you hope you have even more readers! Thanks for the advice, glad you had a great time in LA.

  10. Just found the article online. I was about to start digging on our old newspaper stacks when I remembered that I could find it online. So thrilled. 🙂

    http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/books/la-et-romance-convention-20110409,0,4336941.story#tugs_story_display

  11. My, Kristen! You and the explosives-sniffing dog would have me attending! Fun article, and I bet, fun times. Thanks for your educational posts. Enjoy re-entry.

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