Much Ado About Mondays

Havin’ a real Monday. Spent the weekend at Skate America at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit with my daughter. Wonderful weekend, wonderful time, the best company, but it’s back to the real world now and my brain doesn’t want to cooperate – in part because my To Do list has reached epic lengths.

Today there’s a rafflecopter giveaway in connection with the release of THE CURED, the start of the Entangled Smackdown at Savvy Authors where I’m one of the participating editors for Team Ignite!, there are books to edit, paperwork to fill out so new books can be contracted, paperwork to get back to my dear friend Tracee Skrepenski Gleichner so David and I can go on a virtual tour, a conference to prepare for (I am so far behind it’s not funny!), and a daughter to return to the train station so she can get back to work tomorrow.

Gee. Looking at that list, I know why I’m tired, but it really looks pretty straight forward. How’s your Monday going?


About Terese Ramin

Terese Ramin is the award winning author of eleven novels and numerous short stories. Her autobiographical essay, “Two-Puppy Theory”, is included in the anthology The Sound and the Furry, sales of which benefit the International Fund for Animal Welfare. The Cured, her most recent release with author David Wind, is her first suspense-thriller. Her next release will be a paranormal romantic suspense with writing partner Dawn Johanson, published under the pseudonym Cathryn Marr. Aside from writing, Terese works as an editor, ghost writer, book doctor, and reiki master. She is the Central Coordinator for Novelists, Inc., the international organization for multi-published fiction writers, and is certified in Gateless writing and training. In her spare time she rescues dogs, knits, and is a veteran paranormal investigator. She lives in Michigan with her husband and a bunch of rescued dogs.
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