Monday, April 03, 2006

Feeling Better

Wow, that was a long rant. Sorry, y'all. Anyway, House of Secrets finaled in the Beacon contest for Best Romantic Suspense, so I'm a little less crabby now. (Despite the fact that my husband brought home some sort of horrible plague and we are all disgustingly sick....)


The Queen-a Athena said...

Tracy, WOOOHOOO on the Beacon!!!! I'm so happy for you. Wonderful news, indeed.

As for your rant - oh, I am SO totally in agreement. I am constantly floored by some of the obnoxious things people will do to try to push their sales. I'll never forget what one friend said after getting stuck sitting beside one of THOSE for a couple of hours: "Wow, she really believes her own press, doesn't she?"

How's the proposal coming? Are you making it through chapter 3?

Tracy Montoya said...

Thanks, Chris! And a couple of hours? Ouch. You must've gotten caught during a meal--that's the worst.

The proposal is stuck. Maggie and I came down with Jose's plague Friday afternoon and have been lying on tne couch moaning and watching the Muppet Show on DVD ever since. (BTW, why was Sandy Duncan ever famous? She's AWFUL!)

The Queen-a Athena said...

Do NOT watch Sandy Duncan. EVER. Even if you start in good health, you'll be sick by the time it's over. She was on some of the first Barney episodes, too. YECH YECH YECH.

However, the rest of the Muppet Show is most excellent therapy, so hopefully that should counter the SD effect.

Paula said...

Congratulations on the Beacon final, Tracy. HOUSE OF SECRETS was the first book of yours I read. I loved it. Raved about it to my friends and then went out and bought everything else you've written. It deserves the award--I hope you win it.

Tracy Montoya said...

Chris, Connie Stevens was no prize either. Yech. The premiere episode has a ballet dancer named Juliet Prowse who blows them both away. Then again, I think Maggie could host the Muppet Show and blow them both away....

Tracy Montoya said...

Thanks so much, Paula. What a nice thing to say!

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