Saturday, July 02, 2005

Amazing new review

Dahlings!

Check out the fab review of Goddess of Spring on the incredibly insightful Smart Bitches blog, http://www.smartbitchestrashybooks.com. LOVE those Smart Bitches! (Also while you're there scroll down to the entry Keeping Maili Amused and click on the Steve, No! Don't eat that! link. Oh. My. Goddess. I laughed so hard I hurt my side. Seriously. )

XXXOOO
PC

10 comments:

Gena Showalter said...

I was rolling on the floor when I read the Steve, Don't Eat That site. I don't think I've ever laughed so hard.

Awesome review of GoS!!!!

Bonnie Ferguson said...

GOS was awesome! Congrats on the great review.

PC Cast said...

Gena - I swear I was crying when I read the Steve, Don't Eat That thing. Ohmygod! The fungi-filled corn? Thought I would die.

Yea Bonnie! How is Jessie liking GotS?

Bonnie Ferguson said...

She loved it PC :)

moonhart said...

Wow PC! Those bitches really ARE smart!

Good to know that I am too, since I adored GoS and it won the coveted "lamination" for the "keepers" pile.

love,

terri

Jeri said...

Congrats, PC! Those Smart Bitches are tough, so to get a good review from them really means something. I loved GOS, too.

And Steve, Don't Eat That!: possibly the funniest thing I've ever read. Thanks for that link.

PC Cast said...

Hey there Jeri! How's your wip coming?? And when are we going to get a sequel to Requium?! (So glad you liked GoS!)

PC

Jeri said...

Hi PC! The first draft of the Luna book is finished, and I'm working on a proposal for a vampire series. Dunno about Requiem sequels--sometimes I want to do it (I've written large parts of two sequels) and other times I feel it'd be better off just leaving it as it ended. I'm torn. You can visit my blog for updates on my not-so-crazy writing life.

PC Cast said...

Jeri - I'm so looking forward to reading your Luna books! And I'm sure you do something fabulous and unique with the vampire series.

Well, I can see what you mean about not wanting to mess with Requium - it was utterly perfect as is. Lovvved the ending! But how about doing something with one of the demons? Hey - is requium going to be availabe mm any time soon?

Jeri said...

Hmm, well, the immediate sequel (Book #2) actually deals with Beelzebub and his friendship/romance/journey to the Hudson Bay with Gianna's brother Marc. I just don't see there being a huge market for gay romantic fantasy Canadian road trip novels. So the whole series pretty much stumbles on that.

Another sequel (Book #4, the start of a new trilogy) features Lucifer's and Beelzebub's daughters as high-school seniors in the year 2019. That one I almost sold to Luna as a trilogy. Both demons (L&B) appear in that one in supporting roles. Fun stuff, but without #s 2 & 3 in the series, it's a bit odd.

Thanks for your words of encouragement! You're so awesome.