>The Journey and Other Things

>Ok, I’ve scaled back a little on the writing and focused on promo for Kismet. Something tells me I’m not going to be able to do this for my June release of Assassin’s Honor. I think 2010 is about to become a whirlwind of releases and writing. So I’ve been enjoying the slower pace of the holiday season, which means checking out YouTube and other places for news on the romance and holiday fronts.

Speaking of Kismet, it was one of the Berkley books featured over at Dear Author yesterday. My wonderful editor, Cindy Hwang, called it an “…unusual–and unusually wonderful–historical romance…”

http://dearauthor.com/wordpress/2009/12/09/berkley-holiday-giveaway

I’ve also been planning blog tour. I believe I’ve definitely gone insane. When I looked at the schedule last night, I realized that I have to WRITE all these posts! *sigh* This is what writers have to do in addition to writing their books. They promo the books. As much as I love it, promo takes so much time, and with so much at stake it means I need to work even harder.

I’ll be posting to different blogs over the next month and a half, so try to catch me when you can. There will be the occasional book given away!

12/17/09 – Reality – Re-imagined Anya Davis www.anyadavis.wordpress.com/
12/31/09 – Unusual Historicals Excerpt –www.unusualhistoricals.blogspot.com/
01/03/10 – Unusual Historicals Interview –
www.unusualhistoricals.blogspot.com
01/05/10 – LeeAnn Burke –
http://www.leeannburke.com/blog/
01/06/10 – RR@H Novel Thoughts – www.novelthoughts.wordpress.com/
01/15/10 – Katidom –
http://www.katidom.com
01/18/10 – Hannah Howell’s –
http://hhowellauthor.blogspot.com/
01/25/10 – The Romance Dish –
www.theromancedish.com/

Until then, enjoy these two cute holiday videos of two of my favorite songs!!

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About Monica Burns

A bestselling author of erotic romance, Monica Burns penned her first short romance story at the age of nine when she selected the pseudonym she uses today. From the days when she hid her stories from her sisters to her first completed full-length manuscript, she always believed in her dream despite rejections and setbacks. A workaholic wife and mother, Monica believes it’s possible for the good guy to win if they work hard enough.

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