Thursday, November 20, 2008

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25 comments :

little alys said...

Everday if I could. Alas, life.

Willa said...

Oooh - you have managed to give your gaolers the slip for a moment and post to the outside world!!!

So, what is your current WIP? Go on, tease us, you know you want to!!

Leslie said...

I try to get here often. I enjoy reading your blog. And I agree with Willa ~ tease us please, just a little. lol

azteclady said...

At least once a day--more often when there's a discussion going on :grin:

(And yes, I still stop by daily when you've said *you* won't be in!)

Tracy said...

awwww - so cute!

Una said...

Yes, actually, I check in everyday, even if you say you'll be gone for a while...just in case! =) Way cute picture, thanks. Hope life and the writing/editing/etc is going well.

Jenny Schwartzberg said...

I eye your blog wistfully on Google Reader and click through whenever a new post is listed.

Barbarita V said...

I visit every day, sometimes I post and others not but this is my first stop after I ceheck my email.

Anonymous said...

I fear the little cat had caught me:)

~Eva

Nalini Singh said...

I love all your responses. Thanks! :)

And since you asked me to tease you... I've just finished going over the galleys (this is the final time an author gets to see a book) for ANGELS' BLOOD, and as of Monday, I'll be diving back into Dev's book.

Anonymous said...

Early riser Ms. Singh(6:36)?
- You are really industrious.
~Eva

P.S.: It begins to snow...(brrrr)

Nalini Singh said...

Good spotting, Eva! Yes, why AM I awake that early on a Saturday?!!

Wow, you'll have a white Christmas! I enjoyed experiencing those in Japan. In NZ, it's a summer Christmas - beaches and barbeques :)

Jennifer K. said...

Yep, every day usually. Just in case you've come up with something new. That's great news about Angels' Blood. I'm really looking forward to it. And Dev's book, too, of course.

And I was just wondering. It's almost Thanksgiving here in the U.S. Do posters from other countries have a similar holiday and when do you celebrate it? Just curious. I plan to eat too much and moan about how I need a nap on Thursday ... after, of course, I reflect on what I have to be thankful for ... like good books (Nalini) and wonderful like-minded people I've talked to online. :)

Courtney said...

This blog in on my list of blogs that I check daily. Not only are you one of my favorite authors, Nalini, you dance a mean YMCA and we totally bonded over sheep discussions. LOL

Yay, Angel's Blood! I have a question about it that I usually take for granted but the back cover blurb made me wonder: is Angel's Blood a HEA romance? Also, will you be doing an ARC contest soon for it?

Happy writing, sweetie! Don't forget your sunblock for your holiday barbecues!

azteclady said...

*waiting (im)patiently for the answer to Courtney's ARC question*

orannia said...

Such a cute photo :)

I do (come here often). Daily...and I often check in even when I know you are going to be in the cave...as I never know when you will be making a mad dash for the daylight :)

Ohhh, not long now until Angel's Blood! *bounce bounce*

Aymless said...

Here every time I check my blog!

Nalini Singh said...

ANGELS' BLOOD is being called an urban fantasy romance *g* Let's just say I don't think any of you will be disappointed (and I'm a die-hard romance reader).

I will definitely try to organize an ARC contest. Depends how many I'm able to get - but I'll keep you updated on that!

Anonymous said...

Jenniver K - Our harvest festival in Germany is different from your`s in the U.S.. We celebrate it in October. It`s a religious holiday.
The description of our harvest festival, in Wikipedia, is following (I could`t describe it better):
With the celebration, which is often organized in a church, become arable crops, grain and others, than gifts characteristic products, to which one subordinates a special orientation by nature (flour, honey, wine etc.) decoratively set up. „A harvest crown twisted made of grain or common grape vines “is often carried in a procession by the Gemeindegebiet. In rural people-church municipalities numerous municipality members meet to the services. With the harvest thank celebration it is to be reminded of the work in agriculture and gardens and of it that it does not lie alone in the hand of humans to order over sufficiently food. The harvest gifts are distributed after the celebration frequently to needy ones in homeless person or asylum-seekers' hostels or other karitative mechanisms.


Nalini - A white christmas is beautiful. Particularly, if outside everything is bright.
Enclosed a few impressions of the Christkindlmarkt in Munich.

http://www.muenchen.de/cms/prod1/mde/_de/no_theme/fotostrecken/TAM_Christkindlmarkt_2007_10_11/01.htm

...Although a white christmas at the beach is also very enticing:).

~Eva

Anonymous said...

Sorry: Second attempt:

http://www.muenchen.de/cms/prod1/mde/_de/no_theme/fotostrecken/TAM_Christkindlmarkt_2007_10_11/01.html

~Eva

Anonymous said...

...last attempt (don`t know wy it does not work):

www.m√ľnchen.de
Language selection: English
Select: Christmas Market
Select: pictures

~Eva

Nalini Singh said...

Here you go, Eva.

Christkindlmarkt

azteclady said...

Nalini, that link doesn't work either.

let's see: here and select pictures under the Christmas Market News heading.

Lili said...

I'm among those who checks the blog daily! I love the discussions and all those itty-bitty teasers thrown our way.

Anonymous said...

azteclady - How well there`re professionals:).
~Eva