Another Sourcebooks author, Linda Wisdom, whose Hex title is in the upper right hand corner, just sent this to me from a friend of hers who discovered it at her Borders. Thanks, Linda! And thanks to your friend for sending it along to you!!! But yep, Destiny of the Wolf is there too!!! Promotions in the book stores like this can't help but help sales!!! When your title is connected with an author who has a huge following, it's a terrific boost. I've read some of Charlaine Harris's works so it's a great honor as well. :)
And I have to say thanks to Sourcebooks for making such a super cover that it stands out so well among the other books!
And thanks to the Borders who made such a lovely display! :)
Off to work on Seduction of the Wolf...this time red wolves and lush green Oregon forests. I spoke to a woman from Oregon yesterday at work, and it was so much fun talking about the areas we had lived and visited. [It's rare for me to meet someone from the Northwest in Central Texas!] She knew Tigard and said she would love to retire there. I lived there and wrote that my heroine from Heart of the Wolf had moved there from Colorado. :)
I mention a snowstorm we were in when I went to the local community college (skipped last two years of high school and attended PCC for dual credit), in the Maine-based story, Legend of the White Wolf, as the heroine's father is a professor at the college to show why she's anxious about getting a move on before a Maine snowstorm hits.
Have you used snippets of your life in your own works?