PowerBall mania is EVERYWHERE!   My version of the lottery is to GIVE AWAY 30 paperback copies of Heaven To Betsy (Emily #1).   Enter on Amazon  to WIN.  Odds are really good…much better than PowerBall and it costs you nothing.

I’m in the final days of the last rewrite, of the last re-read, of the last everything before Hell To Pay (Emily #3) goes to the editor.  It’s a trying time.  It’s a good time, but trying and nerve racking.  Books are like babies, eventually you just have to let them fly.  You can pre- order this baby here: Pre-Order Hell To Pay

Short blog this week as we are coming off of our incredible, inspiring writers retreat from last weekend here in Nowheresville and trying to make H2P deadline.  I wanted to answer the Book Club question about AVA, by me and by Ava.   Here’s a quick Video –

Why is it my hair is always wet in video? Oh well . . . at least it’s clean. That’s saying a lot when I’m on a book deadline.
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p.s. Writer’s retreat bonus pics:

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Shotgun target, above (look closely—it’s funny), during our goal setting session up in the NEW writing tent and fire pit (thanks Eric! world’s best husband!), below:

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Above are the retreat attendees, minus Eric (the photographer), and Rita, who had to leave before we remembered to get a closing picture.

And the special, SPEciaL bonus, here is the SKIPJACK PUBLISHING team, minus Abbey (who was running the media room at a Music Fest in Steamboat—helLo, can you say BOONDOGGLE, lol?) and Marcy (who was jamming at a Rick Springfield concert):

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Rebecca “R.L.” Nolen, author of Deadly Thyme and The Dry, Bobbye Marrs, author of Here and Now and publishing assistant, Eric, me, Ken Oder, author of The Closing and Old Wounds to the Heart, Rhonda, bookkeeper extraordinaire, and Candi Fite, author of Little Acorn’s Big Fall and publishing assistant.

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2 Responses to It’s not powerball, but the odds are MUCH better :)

  1. Eric Hutchins says:

    Love the Video, and the pictures from the retreat. It was a great time, and it is so cool to be reading the draft of Hell to Pay, it is great.

    • Pamela says:

      I try not to play favorites with the kids or the novels, but this one is close to Finding Harmony for me. I know Going for Kona is your favorite. But I’m kind of torn between Finding Harmony and Hell to Pay.

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