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Hey, everyone!

Here’s a list of everything that’s going on, so we can get that out of the way.

1. Hades and Eden are now published (or on their way to publication) in Australia, the US, Israel, Germany, Japan, and in the Spanish language! Soon my plans to take over the entire world will come to fruition. The first thing I’m doing is pushing for a three day weekend.

2. Tim asked me to marry him. I’m not sure if I told you or not. I said yes!

3. I’m on a huge fitness bender, that is half about my love of fitness and half about my serious girl crush on Michelle Bridges. Yes, I’m wearing a puffy black Michelle Bridges vest right now. No, I don’t care what that means about me.

4. I’ve discovered Sword and Scale podcasts. If you haven’t, you need to. Now.

5. I’ve discovered Scrivener, for writers. If you haven’t, you need to, also. Right after you’re done with point 4.

I’ve just got a royalty summary through for the quarter, and I’m just so grateful when I look at those book sales numbers for every single person out there that they represent. I know they represent far more than they appear to, because fans write to me now and then telling of how they gifted my book to a loved one, or shared their book around their family. I feel blessed, as I always have, to have any readers at all. The dream was never as big and wonderful as this reality.

I’m powering away at Troppo, due for release in August 2016. Fall, book three of the Bennett / Archer series, is out in Australia in December. We’re in the midst of drafts with that one.

Tap, tap, tap, I’m tapping away at life, at love, at the books. It’s all good here in Candiceland. Hope you’re all happy, well, and reading up a storm.

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6 thoughts on “Tappety Tap

  1. Wow, from where I’m sitting, life looks pretty good! I loved Hades, can’t wait to get my hands on Eden.

    Posted by gina amos | April 28, 2015, 3:05 am
    • Thanks Gina! It’s pretty impressive when you put it all together like that. I’m not the kind of writer Sharon Stone is in Basic Instinct with my beachside house and tonnes of time to go speeding around in my Ferrari visiting murderers, but I am really enjoying what I have become as a writer. I know this is just the beginning, too, which is so cool. I feel very confident about the books I have to come. It’s a good day! I’m glad you liked the book!

      Posted by Stella | April 28, 2015, 3:09 am
  2. 1. I approve of your world-domination ambitions, and will begin preparations for imminent 3-day weekends by stocking up on library books.
    2. Congratulations!
    3. I’m not judging you at all 🙂
    4. Okay, this is the main reason I’m commenting – to say thank you for this recommendation. I’m about to go on a downloading binge. Also, I recently read ‘Working Stiff’ by Judy Melinek, which I believe you gushed about during your talk at the State Library of NSW recently and wow – amazing book. She’s an admirably dedicated, disciplined, and articulate woman. Keep making recommendations, I’ll keep following them.
    5. I’ll leave this to the writers – I’m just here to read and applaud them.

    Posted by Lilla J Smee | April 30, 2015, 12:37 am
  3. 1. I approve of your world-domination ambitions, and will begin preparations for imminent 3-day weekends by stocking up on library books.
    2. Congratulations!
    3. I’m not judging you at all 🙂
    4. Okay, this is the main reason I’m commenting – to say thank you for this recommendation. I’m about to go on a downloading binge. Also, I recently read ‘Working Stiff’ by Judy Melinek, which I believe you gushed about during your talk at the State Library of NSW recently and wow – amazing book. She’s an admirably dedicated, disciplined, and articulate woman. Keep making recommendations, I’ll keep following them.
    5. I’ll leave this to the writers – I’m just here to read and applaud them.

    Posted by Lilla J Smee | April 30, 2015, 12:42 am
  4. Hades was an AMAZING book I could not put it down, and I love the different perspectives I felt like I got to be the characters when they were talking or had flashbacks its was great!! I can’t wait for Eden!:)

    Posted by Logan Payne | May 19, 2015, 3:48 pm

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