By JT Ellison
Another Sunday, this one much darker and colder than the last, as fall has finally settled in and (thank heavens) daylight savings is over. I’m not a fan of DST. I must be part bear — the longer nights and earlier sunsets means I sleep better, get up earlier, and am in general a happier camper. Isn’t that odd?
I spent the week relatively unplugged, working feverishly on the revisions of my new standalone novel. Thursday night I spoke to my alumni association (RMWC, represent!), a fun night dredging up memories of the people who told me I wouldn’t ever get published (HA! I say. So there!) but I’ve been home the remainder of the time typing and petting the cats, so I’m in turns stir crazy and ready to sleep for a week. One fun thing, we have a new title, and a new release date. Ready?
LIE TO ME will appear on shelves September 5, 2017.
I do have to share one great mistake:
Typo I just found: She died of a heroine overdose.
And with that, here’s what happened on the Internets this week:
The quite divine Parnassus Books is celebrating their 5th anniversary. I can hardly believe it’s been five years, and I am so honored to call them my home store. Happy Anniversary!
I know we’ve all done our Meyers-Briggs tests, but I particularly like this site’s in-depth analysis. Which one are you? (I’m an INTJ, btw.)
You’re not dreaming: turning the clock back an hour takes a toll on your mental health. Here’s how.
The answer to many of life’s questions is “be more like Beyoncé.” Wherever you are on the Beyoncé spectrum, I think you’ll agree she does social media the way we probably all should.
Two of my favorite things combined: Harry Potter yoga!!!!!
These giant flip books in the middle of the woods in New Hampshire are mesmerizing.
And closer to home:
There’s still time to enter to win a copy of NO ONE KNOWS, plus 30+ more thrillers + a Kindle Fire!
And Leonard Cohen passed. Hallelujah is one of my favorite songs. So I leave you with the SNL version. That’s all I have this week. I love you, I stand with you, and we’ll talk again soon.
Via: JT Ellison