Maggie Robinson


Nov 6
2009
Baby Steps

1. Rented post office box. Hope I don’t lose the keys.

2. Ordered address labels with new post office box #.

3. Ordered business cards.

4. Receiving copyedits for Mistress by Mistake next week!

5. Working on cover copy for Any Wicked Thing.

6. 65,000 words on Master of Sin as of Sunday. Slooooww.

7. Buying ad with other Bradford authors in June RT.

8. Was quoted in December issue of RT (p.30*g*).

9. Reserved room in Gaylord Opryland Hotel for RWA.

10. Set up new desk and managed to re-plug-in the computer correctly.

11. Changed my Twitter (above right) and MySpace backgrounds, not that I use either very often. I’m all about the dark, rich reds now…so passionate, LOL.

12. Margaret Rowe site almost ready! (Tiny sneak peek at banner, left)
13. Pinching self on a daily basis.

What are you doing?

5 comments to “Baby Steps”

  1. TerriOsburn
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     · November 8th, 2009 at 11:33 pm · Link

    What an amazing list. You are rolling right along. This sounds a bit overwhelming as one person, but you're doing it for two! LOL!

    Go you!!!

    Still poking along on NaNo, but I was busy out of the house most of the weekend. Had to take advantage of what might be our last nice fall day to visit Colonial Williamsburg. The perfect temps AND I came home loaded up on chocolate. Cannot complain.



  2. Maggie Robinson w/a Margaret Rowe
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     · November 9th, 2009 at 5:36 am · Link

    Terri, Two Nerdy History Girls (see my sidebar—Loretta Chase and Susan Holloway Scott) have the neatest blogs up about Colonial Williamsburg, Too bad you don't write historicals! I haven't been there in years, but one of my daughters was born at the hospital in Williamsburg. She's fond of saying, "Ah AM a southern belle!"

    And yeah, I admit to feeling overwhelmed, but in a good way. I think.



  3. Tiffany Clare
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     · November 9th, 2009 at 6:40 am · Link

    You are rolling right along, Maggs.

    It's totally awesome how fast you are exploding onto the scene. 🙂 I can't wait to see the websites.

    Everything feels slow in my life right now. Your word count is AWESOME!



  4. TerriOsburn
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     · November 9th, 2009 at 10:11 am · Link

    Maggie – We make at least two trips a year and kiddo loves it. Yesterday, we finally did the carriage ride which she's been dying to do.

    When she found this really need book detailing 18th century clothing, I thought of so many of you writers who could use that. But then I honestly didn't know how different the fashions might have been from England to the colonies back then.



  5. J.K. Coi
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     · November 9th, 2009 at 10:24 pm · Link

    This is so exciting!!