Yep, the music festival of the year is coming up and I'll be there supervising some great, rowdy, Jesus-lovin' teens, including my own. I'm totally pumped about seeing Thousand Foot Krutch. It's one of the few bands I haven't seen that I've been dying to experience live. :) So I'll be offline from Friday night until Monday afternoon, early evening. I'll probably have a gazillion email messages, too.
As far as what I'm reading, I think I'll pack light and take three Heartsongs with me. They are That Wilder Boy by Kim Vogel Sawyer, A Daughter's Quest by Lena Nelson Dooley, and Merely Players by Kathleen Kovach. Maybe I'll get to read them all, but I doubt it. Plus, I'm going to the Arizona writer's group meeting on Saturday. I figured I'd be close by so I'm making it a point to attend. Very cool!
I'm currently reading Original Sin by Brandt Dodson. Great story! Very interesting! I'm still hung up on A Pagan's Nightmare by Ray Blackston, so I'm taking a little rest from it. I'm enjoying Loving Liza Jane by Sharlene MacLaren. I've been so busy I haven't gotten that far into the story, but I totally love the dynamics between the hero and heroine. Plus the outhouse scene...OY! I really need to crack open Germ by Robert Liparulo now that my son finished it. I'll let you know how that one is coming along as I read it. Next in line are Petticoat Ranch by Mary Connealy and The Reliance by Marylu Tyndall. Watch for my giveaway on that last one. Peace!!!