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Thursday, June 30, 2011

How I Learned to Love the Apocalypse

The End Times aren't as bad as you think. Stop by Candace's Book Blog and see my Top Ten Reasons to love the apocalypse. Leave a comment for a chance to win Apocalypse Rising.

Since we're heading into a holiday weekend in the US (and more importantly, Greg's birthday), I'll be taking a short hiatus so I can write all those juicy self-publishing posts I promised.

I'll be back Thursday, July 7. Meanwhile visit me over at Candace's blog or catch up on my older posts. We've been having some good discussions lately. I'll catch you all on Facebook and Twitter.

11 comments:

Tony Benson said...

Just went to Candice's blog. Thanks for introducing me, I hadn't see it before.

Enjoy your haitus. I think we all need to step away from time to time. I hope Greg has a happy birthday.

Good luck with the writing projects

Ellie Garratt said...

Have a great holiday weekend!

Maria Zannini said...

Thank you, Tony and Ellie!

Joanne said...

Enjoy your weekend, best wishes to your husband :)

Shelley Munro said...

Have a fun weekend, Maria, and happy birthday to Greg.

Maria Zannini said...

Joanne, Shelley: I'll let him know. :)

Thank you!

Misha said...

Enjoy the time off!

Heading over to check out the competition.

:-)

Giora said...

Found your blog via that of Rachelle Gardner. Very nice. It's so nice that you have your own little farm, and also a few published books. Best wishes from Canada.

Maria Zannini said...

Misha: Every time I take off I feel as if I work more, not less. :le sigh:


Giora: Nice to meet you! And thank you. We have quite a few Canadian visitors here. There's always room for one more. :)

Giora said...

If ever, I can only visit in the winter. Your summer in Texas is too hot for me. I read the summaries for your novels. Nice imagination. And the covers of the books are visually beautiful. Did you published so far in e-form only? Do you plan to write a novel based on your life in a small farm? The world will have a food shortage years from now, so if you can get your vegetables, eggs, milk ect from your own land .. it'll be great. I live in a very urban area, much different than your surrounding. By the way, your picture in pink sweater hugging the dog is visually great. I wonder if you can also hug a chicken for a picture .. or they are rebels to co-opearte.

Madeleine said...

Hope your blog break is as relaxing as mine has been.

Happy Birthday Greg :O)