Friday, January 27, 2012

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Guest blogging...

I'm waxing lyrical about why I like writing romance at my good friend Clare London's blog today. Come over and wish her a happy birthday (she's taken the whole month in celebration :))

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Frosty :)

It's too cold to do much more than hunker down and write with the fire blazing in the hearth. Unfortunately the dog still needs walking and the kids still need to go to school, so we wrap up in our many layers and trek out into the Manitoban winter. 
Whatever the temperature, the first two minutes never feel that bad. Often the sun is kissing the horizon and the sky is blushing pink. Our breath puffs in the icy air. Feet crunch in the granulated snow. Our street is quiet and there are fresh tracks from all the nocturnal creatures who somehow survive without the joys of central heating and Baffin boots.
By the time we get to school (a mile later) my cheeks are glowing, icicles drip from my hair, the dog is dancing to keep warm, and my son trots happily (generally) into school.
We've had an easy winter so far but now it's starting to bite. All I can really say is 'roll on summer.'

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Trying this out. Free Print Copy. What do you have to lose?

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Sea of Suspicion by Toni Anderson

Sea of Suspicion

by Toni Anderson

Giveaway ends January 16, 2012.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win

Monday, January 09, 2012

I'm on the Cover of...

Suspense Magazine and interviewed inside about my new release EDGE OF SURVIVAL. How cool is that? Thanks to Susan May for the fabulous interview.

Sunday, January 01, 2012

Happy New Year!
Looking forward to 2012.

New Year Resolutions? 

1) Find a way to write faster. I think it can be done. Working on ways to better focus this year.
2) Use internet time more wisely. It's great to connect but sometimes it's better to write.
3) Work out more. It's time. 
4) Be the best wife and mother I can be when I've finished my writing each day. 

All these resolutions connect to the goal of being a healthy, productive writer who can (please god, finally) contribute financially to the household.