For those who haven't heard, I'm teaching an online workshop in March for the Utah Chapter of Romance Writers of America. Registration is open. Time's flying by. Hope to see you there! Leaping Over Stumbling Blocks. Online Class with Sherry Lewis Date: March 1-31, 2017 Cost: URWA Member $20 Non-Member $25 They take many shapes, … Continue reading Workshop in March: Leaping Over Stumbling Blocks
I'm heading to San Diego this morning for RWA board meeting, and I don't feel ready. Oh, I've read and studied the agenda and I've jotted down all the questions I have at the moment about the motions on the agenda, so I think I'm ready to work -- I'm just not sure I've been … Continue reading Packing Panic
Wow! After 9 days in Reno and 1 day of walking around the house like a zombie, trying to wake up and catch up, I think I'm finally back! The conference was busy, as always, and I only made it to part of two workshops (not including my own. I was there for all of … Continue reading She’s Ba-a-a-a-a-ck
We're down to the wire, pulling last-minute things together before we leave for Reno on Saturday morning. I'll see you all when I get back at the beginning of August!
I have come to the reluctant conclusion that there is a law at work in the universe--one I don't particularly like. The quality of any haircut a woman gets will drop in direct proportion to the importance of the event for which she needs the cut. The more important it is to look good, the worse you're … Continue reading Ellen Scissorhands
Well, color me absolutely mortified. I was contacted by an editorial assistant from my publisher a couple of weeks ago and asked to complete my art fact sheets online by today. For some reason "by July 13" translated in my head to 11:59 pm. Tonight. I figured they'd look at them tomorrow. And so I … Continue reading Walking Through Fire
This week has been an interesting one. Rough in some ways. Bumpy at times. There have even been times when the road was smooth, but unfamiliar. To start things off, my uncle Harry died last weekend. (He was Harry to some, but Art to me.) Anyway, he was 86 and he'd lived a full life. … Continue reading The Only Constant is Change
It's June, the time of year when the minds of many romance writers turn to the upcoming conference of Romance Writers of America. We begin to thumb through the preliminary conference information, think about workshops that sound interesting, and if we're lucky enough to be chosen to present a workshop, we begin to get that … Continue reading The Conference Conundrum