I give up. I'm not good at fooling people. (Comes with being painfully honest and ridiculously transparent. Or rude, depending on how you look at it.)
Anyway, happy Friday! Thanks for your lovely comments on yesterday's post. My wonderful agent popped in the comment box, too, to let you all know that waiting is hard on agents, too. (Maybe easy to forget that sometimes...)
- The April Secret Agent Early Info will post on Monday. The contests are back-to-back again, but that happens sometimes (I let the agents choose the best dates for them, so the contests are never evenly spaced).
- Be sure to pop over to the teen blog later today to check out the winning 100-word stories! Some of the entries blew me away with their cleverness and well-writtenness. (Just add that last one to the Authoress Glossary of Manufactured Words.)
- That's it, really.
For conversation (and information), I'm wondering if you could share your thoughts on what makes a novel URBAN FANTASY or PARANORMAL? You may have heard me blathering on about my WIP on Twitter, unsure as to whether something I originally conceived as UF might actually be paranormal. They're both subgenres of fantasy, and in the end, it doesn't matter a whole lot which label my novel receives. I'd just like to know your thoughts, and how you might classify a novel as one or the other.
Okay, have at it! I'll see you Monday.