A temporary goodbye to the Little Blue Lady from Mars
You are going to shove me into your hard drive and never look at me again.
No, I’m not!
I made cookies last week and everything!
It’s not that. Your interviews have been great. Hundreds of people have clicked on over to read them. I’ve gotten a great response—even when you’ve been abrasive, which is a bit odd.
Then what’s the problem?
Time is the problem.
Did you know it takes a few hours to do one of those interviews?
Ha! You’re not doing anything. I’m doing all the work.
You’re just whining and complaining in the background.
Yes, but as much as I love you,
there is a little work involved in bringing you to life.
Well, I’ve got writing to do, you know. I’m starting the sequel to Last Winter Red this weekend, and I have three books out to query now, and Fire in the Woods will be going to query in a few weeks.
They are more important than me?
Hmm. At the moment, yes, they are. But listen, I promise to set up an interview for you at least once a month. Twice once I get a little more acclimated to my new schedule, okay?
I guess I really don’t have a choice, do I?
I’ll miss you.
I’ll miss you too.
But I’ll see you in a few weeks, I promise.
How about for the last Free Friday for a while, we give away a copy of “Make Believe”.
Great! That would be awesome.
You know, the reviews for my story Last Winter Red in this anthology have been “off the charts crazy” good! And several people have asked about more from the Last Winter Red world.
Well, I’m happy for you, but not happy that writing the sequel means I have to go back into the hard drive.
Hey, I will keep my promise.
I even have an awesome author all lined up for April.
Please bid the Little Blue Lady goodbye for a few weeks, and everyone commenting below will be in the running for an ebook copy (your choice of format) of the “Make Believe” anthology including my story LAST WINTER RED.
The Little Blue Lady From Mars © Jennifer M. Eaton.