This morning I pulled together another contest entry for my current WIP, TCAFS, and mailed it off this afternoon. Yay! It's the second contest for this manuscript. I've got a feeling that this one might do well. The opening is much stronger that FP, which has done well itself. I'll keep you updated.
This afternoon I went to a workshop/ lecture with Julia London. She's such a nice lady! I also picked up one of her books, HIGHLANDER IN DISGUISE, another addition to my "to be read during recovery" stack.
If you're an aspiring writer and you're looking for an awesome contest to enter, consider Celtic Heart's Golden Claddagh. The deadline is May 1, it's an electronic contest and they have a few categories that are short on entries.
With the wisdom of those wonderful people around me, I've decide to go to Glenfinnan during the Scottish leg of my summer vacation. Check it out and you'll see why I can't wait to go back!
Lastly, if you're wandering around blogland, have pity on my friend Meggie. I talked her into starting a blog, which she finally did, but she doesn't get much traffic. Granted, she's only got a couple of posts up there, but I know she'll post more when she knows more people are passing through. If you're not not interested in Scotland, then don't worry about it, but if you know anyone else who might be interested in hearing about Meggie's remote Scottish village, please pass the word along. Meggie will greatly appreciate it!