By JT Ellison
Hello, friends, and welcome to All Hallows’ Eve Eve! Do you have your candy ready for the trick-or-treaters? Have a big party planned? What’s your costume going to be?? I think it’ll be a quiet night for the Ellison house, though I should probably get last-minute costumes for the Thrillerkittens… after all, All Souls is our 3 year cataversary. How cute would that be?
I went to Canada this week, and met with my publisher. It was awesome. More on that later in the week, when I can do it justice. I am beavering away on the last pass on THE DEVIL’S TRIANGLE, so no more fun for me until that’s complete.
Here’s what happened on the Internets this week:
I adore my A Word on Words co-host, Mary Laura Philpott. A brilliant mind with a wit to match, she wrote this piece in The Washington Post this week. Y’all. Read it to your kids today—it’s so important to teach our girls they can save themselves, no matter who and where they are.
Need a last-minute Halloween costume idea? I’ve got 10 creepy costumes from books, ready and waiting for you to recreate them! 👻
Speaking of books, here are 11 of the greatest parties in literature! Which one would you like to go to the most? Hmm…
Y’all know I’m a sucker for office supplies. Which is why I love these desk accessories for book lovers! Be still, my heart.
Heads up: 50+ paranormal romance novels, PLUS a Kindle Fire (!) are up for grabs! Click here to enter.
“I can’t stress enough the importance of getting away. It doesn’t have to be fancy or expensive, but changing your location, taking some time off, and unplugging does wonders in the long run.” YES!!! I couldn’t agree more. A change of scenery is a good thing when you’re stuck in a rut, and this is why it’s good to get away every once in a while.
And closer to home:
The Wine Vixen found 12 spooky wines for Halloween!
If you’ve been waiting for the NO ONE KNOWS paperback, now’s your chance—it comes out on Tuesday! Paperbacks make a great stocking stuffer, I’m just sayin’.
That’s it from me! Have SO MUCH FUN tomorrow, be nice to your trick-or-treaters, and we’ll talk again soon!
Via: JT Ellison