Friday, May 28, 2010

Yes, I've had a face lift...

...or at least the blog has. I need one too, but that's another story.

Apologies to anyone who called by when I was trying out different things with the blog, I was having way too much fun with it! Ultimately I fell in love with the sensuous roses so I think we'll be staying with this one for the time being, and it does work well with my web site colours.

Don't worry, I have been doing proper work as well! I'm deep in THE HARLOT again, (uuumm..oooerr! And funnily enough, so true. Emotionally! Well....okay, and the rest. ;-) I'm at the stage where I'm wondering how I'm going to fit all of what is left to do in the word count available. The only thing to do is to press on...and pray!

Less than two weeks until SORCERESS is due out. I'm excited! I worked hard revising this previously published novel and I think it turned out really well. It's a much stronger, more passionate, tighter and faster story overall.

Meanwhile, I've had some lovely feedback on RAMPANT, especially over at Good Reads, and it really helps to know readers enjoyed that book as I work on my next.

I've also had another sighting! Thanks to the lovely Jeremy Edwards, I got to see RAMPANT on shelves in Borders in Central Philadelphia!

Have a great weekend folks! I'll be deep in the... er, Harlot. Writing!


Smut Girl said...

aren't you pretty? blog and bookshelf snap!

congrats. I'll keep an eye out (O_O) for you at my local Barnes and Noble. :)


Portia Da Costa said...

Oh, I love this gorgeous new look! Very sumptuous... :)

Saskia Walker said...

Thanks, Sommer! I don't get to see my books on shelves in the UK, so it's a real treat when someone sends me a sighting -- if a bit surreal. :)

Thank you, Portia. So glad you like it!

Lucy Felthouse said...

Love the new look for the blog Saskia! I always keep my eye out for your books, nothing in Waterstones as yet... and I don't get to the capital much but when I do I'll take a look in Foyles etc! xx

Saskia Walker said...

Thanks, Lucy! My books are with US publishers and aren't distributed in the UK ourside of online sellers, so it's unlikely we'll see them in shops over here. That's why I get excited when one of my US pals sends me a photo - makes it seem so much more real! :)