This week I've returned to VOICE OF THE FALCONER for some editing, including a major rewrite in the final chapter. Going well so far, but it's keeping me busy. Plus there's been some light fight-choreography to do. However there have been two lovely posts from people I count as friends that I thought I should link to here.
The first is Christopher Walsh's interview with me. It was done after my signing at the Book Cellar, while we hung out and I drank peach tea (my favorite). Chris has become a contributer for Metroblogging Chicago, so that's where the piece is posted. While I must say I've never worn lace-up boots in private life (motercycle boots, ten years as my standard footwear), and I've never EVER performed at a Ren-Fair, it's a lovely piece. Thanks Chris!
The second bit came out of the blue - Sarah Johnson over at Reading The Past listed THE MASTER OF VERONA as one of her top ten books of 2007. I'm humbled - that woman reads everything, and is an editor for the Historical Novel Society. Being ranked among her favorites is like being listed in the AFI top films of the year.
I can't see doing much posting over the next couple of days - too much to do, what with playing with Dash around the tree, wrapping the final presents, and finishing the edits on VF. So to all, a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.