Finishing a Book

This will be a quick blog because I still am not finished the book ( due today).

This book is Number 2 in my Three Soldiers series.

The Prologue is set in Badajoz, as in each book:

This book starts at the Battle of Waterloo at Hougoumont:

And it ends in London (or I think it ends in London. I haven’t gotten there yet!)

Today I also have to take “Devil Cat” to the vet (or get my daughter to do it)

And I have to pack for RWA. I bought these two dresses (or at least one somewhat similar to the black one pictured here):

I hope to see some of you at RWA!

I’ll be signing books at the Literacy signing on Weds July 15 and at the Harlequin signing, Friday July 17 at 9:45 am

And don’t forget our informal Risky Regencies gathering in the Bar at the Marriot Wardman Park hotel, Saturday, 4 pm.

Next Monday I’ll do an RWA blog and let you know how the conference went!

About diane

Diane Gaston is the RITA award-winning author of Historical Romance for Harlequin Historical and Mills and Boon, with books that feature the darker side of the Regency. Formerly a mental health social worker, she is happiest now when deep in the psyches of soldiers, rakes and women who don’t always act like ladies.
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7 Responses to Finishing a Book

  1. Judy says:

    Go write! Daughters are good at running errands. Cute dresses. Looking forward to reports. Have fun!! 🙂

  2. Quiet day today. I think a lot of us are on the road, packing, or finishing books. Write faster, Diane!

  3. Elena Greene says:

    Good luck finishing, I know you can do it!

    Have a great time at RWA, all. Can’t wait to hear all your doings.

  4. Diane Gaston says:

    Daughter did run errands. Yay!
    Cats are in good health and now have all their shots.
    Thanks for all the encouragement. I’ve been working since 9:30 and have written 6 pages. Of course to get these 6 I’ve probably written and rewritten the equivalent of 20 pages.
    It doesn’t count if it is dreck, though

  5. Diane Gaston says:

    So good to hear from you! I hope your husband is doing better and that life has settled down for all of you.

  6. Elena Greene says:

    I wouldn’t say life has settled down, precisely, but my husband is continuing to steadily improve and we are all happy about that. I am hoping that come fall, I’ll have some time for blogging and writing again.

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