Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Short Hiatus

I'm feeling a bit under the weather and I decided not to post again until the weekend, at the latest. However, once I do I'll have at least three debuts to announce, a progress report on The Book of Joby , a guest post by Mark J. Ferrari, a review of Hot Mama and an Author Catch-Up.
 
In the meantime, I'll still respond to comments, answer emails and write interviews.
 
Otherwise, catch ya on Saturday!
 

13 comments:

Renay said...

Feel better soon! :D

Tia said...

Thank you! My day off tomorrow might help.

CaroleMcDonnell said...

Get well soon. All those books. I hope reading is fun and not a burden.

Now, drink a lot of water. I'm absolutely fanatic about the power of water. At least two quarts a day. Helps remove toxins. Will say a prayer for you. -C

Lisa Shearin said...

Take care of yourself! A day of doing nothing is just what the doctor ordered. Literally. Mine has me do that at least twice a year. Whenever I finish a book I always get sick. Vegetate on the couch; it does wonders. ; )

Lisa

Tia said...

Thank you, everyone!

Carole, I drink 8 glasses of water a day! I think I've had half of that now, and it's not even 11.

Lisa, I'm actually spending part of the day writing . . . but that is very therapeutic for me!

scooper said...

Sorry you're feeling under the weather. Get well soon.

Sassy Lucy said...

Feel better soon, I posted my review of The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All on my Book Blog, as you said you were interested.
I will also be linking your review site to ours.

Tia said...

Thanks to both of you! A day off does wonders.

Katie said...

Hope your feeling better and enjoying your break. Sometimes it's nice not to have to worry about the blog. Get well soon! :)

SQT said...

Feel better soon. I can't wait to hear what you think about "The Book of Joby."

Tia said...

Thanks! SQT, check back this weekend for a progress report on THE BOOK OF JOBY.

Raven said...

Tia, the best thing to eat if you're feeling under the weather (other than chicken soup) is... kimchee, if you can get hold of it. The chili powder pretty much kills every bacteria known to man. Kimchee cures everything.

Tia said...

Wow; I never heard of it. I'll look this post up next time I feel a cold coming on.