Well, BEA is over, and I'm almost glad in a horrible selfish way, because it means I won't have to see all the BEA tweets on Twitter anymore and be consumed by the terrible Green-Eyed Monster.
I MUST, somehow, come hell or high water, get to BEA next year or I will turn into a slobbering crazy person (or people in ninja suits will come kidnap me, or so I've been threatened).
In other random news, I've been consumed with a new game lately: Red Dead Redemption, which has sort of eased the pain of missing BEA. I've never been much of a cowboy fan, but let me tell you, I'm having a a blast galloping around the sandbox world of New Austin, hunting wanted men, shooting bandits while driving a stagecoach, and lassoing wild horses.
Also, WINTER'S PASSAGE is only a few short days from release (YAY!), and will be available for download at Amazon.com, eharlequin.com, and enterthefaeryworld.com. Don't be alarmed by the 2.99 price you might see; Harlequin has assured me it WILL be free, at least until August when The Iron Daughter hits shelves.
I think that's everything for now. For those of you who went to BEA, how was it? Did you get all the books you wanted? Did your arms fall off trying to carry them home? Who were you most excited to meet? I know I would've loved to see Neil Gaiman (my author hero), Maria V. Snyder, my editor Natashya Wilson, and all my fellow Tenners. Waiting for next year is going to be torture.