Shannon Stacey

Archive for June, 2007

Due to technical difficulties

Ezmerelda’s not here today. She’ll pop in Monday. Why?

1. I was too busy basking in the glow of having a secret project partial ready to punt.

2. Somebody egged my neighbors and we took some collateral damage. The truck took the brunt, but the King Quad was already loaded in the bed, so I’ve been picking smelly, dried egg out of ATV plastic parts with my fingernail. And gagging. This is not conducive to Ezmerelda’s sparkling personality.

3. I … Read More »

Thursday Thirteen # 12
Thirteen True Confessions of a Small Screen Addict

1. My family recently started watching America’s Got Talent and…I’m starting to find The Hoff a little bit sexy. (Highlight to bear witness to my secret shame.) I know. There should be some kind of scarlet letter for that particular crime. I take comfort, however, in the knowledge I don’t find him anywhere near as sexy as he himself does.

2. My sister has had my Firefly and Serenity DVDs

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I know there was a Post-It for that

Woe to the organizationally-challenged author of a series.

So quite a while back I ordered WriteWay Pro, fully intending to use it in place of a bazillion notebooks, Post-Its and paper scraps. I played with it a bit, but I’m a creature of habit and I’m more likely to jot things down in random places. One of my bigger obstacles is the fact I don’t really sit in one place—notebooks and paper scraps are fully portable and I can … Read More »

Part 2 of the Cowboy Invasion

Head over to Milady Insanity’s for more yummy cowboy goodness. The invasion began on 6/12 (the release date of Taming Eliza Jane) and wraps up today with Beth Williamson, who is celebrating the release of The Legacy today—the final book in her wicked delish Malloy family series!… Read More »

The Living Legend

Once upon a time, two delicious, high-strung, pain-in-the-ass men caused two authors to lose a lot of sleep and resulted in a substantial amount of time banging heads against desks. But I still adore both guys. One of the men was Alex, hero of 72 Hours (which, just in case you missed the screaming, is now available with On the Edge in the print volume The Devlin Group: Adrenaline).

The other man was Trick, who belongs to Emma. … Read More »

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