By Liz, sad she won’t be heading to Bethesda this week.
The annual Malice conference in Bethesda is a recurring entry on my calendar. Granted, I’ve only been going for four years, unlike some of the die-hard Malice-ites, but it’s still something I look forward to. Getting to hang out with all my writer and reader pals, being immersed in books all weekend – what could be better?
But this year, I’m not going. My little dog has been having some health stuff, and it will be easier on her if I stay home. So she and I will be hanging out, keeping an eye on Facebook for all the news and updates and photos – so you all better post a lot! We’ll also be wrapping up Murder, She Meowed, Pawsitively Organic book seven, which is due May 1.
So, I thought I’d share some memories of my favorite past-Malice moments – including the other year I couldn’t physically go, but went on a stick.
And the year Kneading to Die was nominated for Best First Novel!
I’ve made so many special friends at Malice….
Then there was time Shari and I took a picture not knowing there was a toilet behind our heads…
Most of all, I’ll miss being with the whole gang…
But I’ll be there in spirit! Have a great Malice, friends.