Next weekend is the February OCC meeting–and after missing so many lately I’m delighted to say I’m planning to attend it.
Never mind that my husband will have to take our younger dog Cari to her obedience class that’s at the same time, though that’s currently my job. He knows the drill–and Cari’s more inclined to train us than vice versa.
This will be my first visit to the new OCC meeting location. I think it’s even farther from my home in the Hollywood Hills than the Brea Community Center was, but hopefully it won’t take much longer to get there.
I look forward to attending more OCC meetings this year, too. It’s a busy year for me. I’m having four books traditionally published–and the first one, SECOND CHANCE SOLDIER, will be a March release. It’s the first in my new K-9 Ranch Rescue miniseries for Harlequin Romantic Suspense. In case you can’t tell, it has dogs in it. So do my other books coming out this year, and most of what I write these days. More about the upcoming books in future posts…
Anyway, I’m looking forward to the meeting and to seeing friends in person. Hope to see you there!
Linda O Johnston
I am A Slice of Orange Author of the Month this month… and I feel honored.It’s always such a delight to be recognized!
Linda O. Johnston enjoys writing, romance, puzzles, and dogs. A former lawyer, Linda is now a full-time writer and has published 57 books—so far.
If you saw my blog here last month, you’ll know that May was pretty busy for me. I had two new books published.
It’s May 2022. And it’s quite a month for me. I’m having two books published! They’re numbers 56 and 57, so I’ve been pretty fortunate in my writing.
Do writers ever go on vacation? Physically, sure. Mentally? Probably not.
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