That’s right, starting tomorrow you’ll be able to see an exclusive interview with DRIVEN author, Eve Kenin. Plus, she’ll be around the entire weekend answering your questions at this blog.
Apparently, Meg is also revising her book at the moment and passing on great links about the subject. I’m glad to know we’re all suffering together. Kind of like having the flu. My nose isn’t dripping yet, though. Give me until Monday. Rats will be living in my hair by then. Maybe pigeons. I might as well invite the entire Wild Kingdom to perch on my body—I already stepped in a nest of baby ticks this morning. At least, I think they were ticks. They certainly bit like ticks—as soon as they got into my inappropriate-for-the-countryside-sandals and mass-crawled up my leg into my jogging pants.
I won’t share the rest. It got ugly. Ah, Indiana. Makes me wish I was in China this week—Chengdu, specifically—as Neil Gaiman is there for the International SF/Fantasy Conference (here’s an article about a Sci/Fi magazine that entered publication in that region in 2004). I received my multi-entry Chinese visa in the mail today—but it’s too late to hop on a plane and get there in time.
As a friend of mine in Wisconsin said the other night, I shall have to contemplate my Tree of Woe, in that regard. But only for a second. Too many revisions for self-indulgence!