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Monthly Archives: March 2011

matched madness, signing saturday, and mississippi

booksellers extraordinaire Jill Moore and Emily Grossenbacher, author Pamela Voelkel, and me Before I get started on my Mississippi report: *Remember, the MATCHED MADNESS Auction for the Red Cross is going on until midnight (MST) tonight (March 31). Many thanks to all who have bid so far! I really appreciate it. Let’s get those bids in! *I wanted to give a little reminder that I’ll




matched madness: red cross auction!

With everything that’s been happening around the world, I’ve decided to host an auction to benefit the Red Cross. Not only do they do so much for those in need, especially at the scene of disaster, it is also Red Cross Month, and my grandmother volunteered for them for decades before her passing in March 2005. So what is in the auction package? Read on…




matched madness: galley giveaway and videos!

Three of the MATCHED fansites are giving away galleys of CROSSED (they won’t be available for a bit, but they’re selecting the winners now). They also have exclusive videos from me telling a little about CROSSED and they’ll be posting those, along with the giveaways, all week. The giveaways include other fun items as well! Here are the sites and their addresses and dates that




utah tour

My hometown, Cedar City. This is what I got to see growing up–that red hill, that beautiful little town with SUU buildings and church steeples poking up above the trees. I have a lot of signings coming up in the next month or so, and many of them are in Utah! Do you live in Cedar City (shout out to Cedar City!)? Or Orem? Or




enthralled

It’s beautiful cover madness around here! Look at this gorgeous, gorgeous cover for ENTHRALLED. ENTHRALLED is a collection of short stories–and my short story, Leaving, is a part of it! I am very thrilled to have been able to contribute to this collection. Melissa Marr and Kelley Armstrong are the editors, and they were so wonderful to work with. I haven’t read any of the




relief for japan

My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Japan and all those affected by the earthquake and subsequent tragedies. To donate via the Red Cross, click here.