Friday, November 4, 2011

Announcements & News

Romantic Friday Writer's is on break so members can participate in NaNoWrMo. We will be back on Dec. 2, 2011 with a change. Our Romantic post will occur once a month instead of every Friday.

I'll be hosting Ty Johnson on his book tour Nov. 30, 2011. Hope to see you all on that day. Here is information regarding his ongoing blog book tour. Stop by and say hi, here.

Fantasy author Ty Johnston’s blog tour 2011 is running from November 1 through November 30. His novels include City of Rogues, Bayne’s Climb and More than Kin, all of which are available for the Kindle ( ), the Nook ( ) and online at Smashwords ( ). His latest novel, Ghosts of the Asylum, will be available for e-books on November 21. To find out more, follow him at his blog

Ninja Captain Alex J. Cavanaugh is having a Catch Fire Blog Party for his book launch on Feb. 28, 2012. Very exciting Alex.

Come by on Monday for more post on the Writing Craft.

Have a great weekend all.


Jules said...

Aren't you a wealth of links and tidbits?! Happy weekend my friend. :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

N. R. Williams said...

Same to you Jules, thanks.

The Golden Eagle said...

I'm hosting Ty later in the month, too. :) And the Catch Fire Blog Party should be a lot of fun!

N. R. Williams said...

Hi Golden:
Sounds like fun to me too.

L'Aussie said...

Hi Nancy! Thanks for publicising RFWers break plus all the other links.

Have you been thinking about your post for Dec 2. I'm really missing thinking about my flash story all week. Researching my novel is fun, yet difficult with all I'm learning!


Riya said...

Hi Nancy, thanks for the links and looking forward to the craft post on Monday.

N. R. Williams said...

Hi Denise
I haven
t thought about the Dec. 2nd post yet. But I am sure something will hit me. And you're welcome for the links in info.

Hi Riya,
You're welcome.

Thank you both for stopping by and leaving a comment.

Nas Dean said...

Thanks for the links, Nancy. I came by to check the craft post *headdesk* crossed the timeline!

N. R. Williams said...

Yeah, that time line doesn't it.