Readers, have you noticed it’s a little quieter out there? The Wickeds are on our annual retreat, the time when we do a lot of Very Serious Wicked Business–and laugh and eat a lot.
Wickeds, what is something you want to make sure we do, or discuss or decide while we’re on retreat?
Julie: I love our Wicked retreat. We do have business to discuss, but I’m looking forward to brainstorming writing goals, and maybe doing vision boards. Jessie is also going to teach me how to read my tarot cards, so I’m looking forward to that!
Sherry: Julie, I agree that I love our brainstorming sessions. I’m working on From Beer to Eternity and can’t wait for you to all chime in on my concerns! And I love our late night gabfests.
Jessie: I’m looking forward to tinkering about with the woo-woo with you, Julie! I am also looking forward to setting aside time for a back-burner project and to talking about the state of the world as we know it with all of you! There is so much value in in spending time on the physical plane with those you value!
Edith: These ladies put this early bird to the test with those late-night gab fests, but I do my best to keep my eyes open, because I don’t want to miss a minute of of our rare face-to-face time. I’ll be tweaking my current manuscript, but also taking plotting walks on the beach, and of course, solving all the problems of the publishing world with my wise-women blogmates!
Liz: I love all of these things, but I’m looking forward to getting to the finish line – or at least really close – with Witch Hunt, my book due July 1. And of course spending time in person with all of you lovelies!
Barb: I love this annual event, which is part business meeting and part slumber party. Like Edith, I look forward to solving all the problems of the writing and publishing worlds. Now if only people would listen to us. Oh, to be Queens for the Day.
Readers: Your turn! What would you like to see us do or do more of on the blog, Facebook, Group, newsletter, and so on? Things you could live without? All suggestions cheerfully reviewed!
Honestly, I love the work you guys do on the blog….from featuring new authors (thanks again for having me!) to these great craft articles. I love it all!
I can’t wait to hear how the tarot thing works out….I just found out one of my co-workers is into Tarot as well (I’m a super beginner) and we’re talking about taking classes later this summer to work on our craft!
Thank you, Nicole! Last night half of us did Tarot and the other half schmoozed, so I’ll let the Taroters share about that.
Retreats are so much fun — especially the late night conversations — although morning does come much too soon. I enjoy everything about your blog and would not change a thing!
Aww, thanks so much, Celia!
Sounds like a great time!
I love hearing about how things in your personal lives are reflected in your stories. And I love reading about all the research you do. Oh, and how the whole writing/publishing process works. I just learn so much from reading this blog. Thanks!!
Thank you so much, Ginny. We’re so glad you enjoy reading about these things. More on the way.
Love your books hope to get to Maine someday always wanted to go there and Nantucket and cape cod.
oooh does this mean there could be lots more lovely books in the offing!
Count on it!
Have a fabulous time. I’m always jealous of your retreats.
I can’t think of anything I want you to tweak. I give the blog 5 out of 5 stars with all pros and no cons.
You are so nice! We’re so happy with our review.
I love your blog. I came to hear about your books but stayed to hear about your families, pets, travels, and other parts of your lives. Also enjoy the guest authors.
Thank you, Sally. We love that you love it.
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