Jennifer Lyon


Wednesday, June 11th, 2014
Wednesday Worthy

I know where my book is going! That’s good news, now I need the words to get it there :-) Once the workshop I’m doing on Romancing the Trope at my local Romance Writers of America Chapter is done–my life will be all about getting this book to The End!

And then it’ll be time to promote HER TEMPORARY HERO, but one thing at a time!

So here’s our quickly and randomly chosen Wednesday Worthy:

Attractive Muscular Young Man Laying On Steps Of Wooden StairWhat do you think, is he worthy?

 

8 comments to “Wednesday Worthy”

  1. Viki S.
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      · June 11th, 2014 at 2:43 am · Link

    Excellent news! I’m sure the words will flow smoothly now that you know the books path.

    Don’t worry about promoting HER TEMPORARY HERO. That’s what we’re for ;). You know that we are always glad to help in any way we can.

    I like this guy. Maybe it’s the fatigue pants ;).

    My appointments all went well on Monday. They brought up going on Tamoxifen again for another 5 yrs. I said NO. They finally agreed with me because the studies showed it help those with large 3 grade tumors and that wasn’t me.

    Today I’m meeting my friend at the mall. I haven’t been in almost 7 months. I wonder how it’s changed ;).

    You have a really great day!



  2. B.E. Sanderson
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      · June 11th, 2014 at 8:10 am · Link

    YAY!! It’s always awesome to see the path ahead instead of hacking through the jungle with a machete. Go you! Like Viki said – we’ll help with the promotion. You just worry about getting those books out. ;o)

    Yep, this one is worthy.



  3. Kat
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      · June 11th, 2014 at 10:14 am · Link

    Yep worthy.

    Viki I am glad you made the Doctors listen to you. I think to many of them don’t listen to what the person says and they just go on doing what they think that patient needs. after 13 hours at the hospital on Friday my hub has his catheter in so after he heals he can start the peritoneal dialysis. It is different than the normal dialysis. It is all medical mumbo jumbo to me most of the time.

    My son’s scout troop came out on Saturday and did a lot of yard work for me. I made sure my husband had taken his pain meds and then handed them the weed eater and the keys to the lawn tractor. Thank goodness he slept through it. He did say thank you when he saw how much they had done. :)



  4. Jennifer Lyon (Apodaca)
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      · June 11th, 2014 at 11:26 am · Link

    Viki, that is very good news on your checkup! So relieved to hear that. And I love that you are educated about, and in control of, your care.

    Thank you so much for saying that about promo. That meant a lot to me.

    Have fun at the mall with your friend!



  5. Jennifer Lyon (Apodaca)
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      · June 11th, 2014 at 11:28 am · Link

    B.E., thank you! This book is giving me trouble because it’s hitting something I want to explore in a bigger book–but it can’t be a bigger book. Interesting problem to have :-)

    Wow, I wasn’t sure this guy would work for you guys. Too funny!



  6. Jennifer Lyon (Apodaca)
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      · June 11th, 2014 at 11:29 am · Link

    Kat, how wonderful of your son’s scout troop! I’m impressed.

    I don’t a great deal about dialysis, but this sounds like a long and difficult road for you all.



  7. Silver James
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      · June 11th, 2014 at 11:33 am · Link

    Happy dancing about the book! You’ll nail the class and oh, yeah. He’s quirky, sexy, cute, and I will make him cookies. *nods* LOTS of cookies!



  8. Jennifer Lyon (Apodaca)
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      · June 11th, 2014 at 12:11 pm · Link

    Silver, cookies? Where????



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