It’s DUNCAN’s turn to be on sale. He’s only $1.99 on all of the e-book platforms, for a limited time only! So catch it now.

Good news on Kato. The revisions are finished, and he’s back with my editor. The hardest parts are all done, and now comes the fun part . . . we’re working on his cover and it’s spectacular. I can hardly wait until you all can see it. He’s beautiful.

This year marks Buffy’s 20th anniversary, and you all know how important Buffy is to me. I’ve always had her (and Angel and Spike!) living their silent lives on my TV when I write. And to celebrate the 20th anniversay of my favorite show, Netflix . . . has taken Buffy away! WTF? This means I’ve had to find a substitute. Not for Buffy, of course. For Netflix. I tried watching my DVD’s, and I tried Hulu, but I’ve settled on Amazon Video. It’s still not as good as Netflix, but at least I’ve got Buffy on the screen where she belongs. Stupid Netflix.

I watched a couple of movies lately. (too much time on my hands) And despite their bad reviews, I’ve actually liked them a lot. My opinion probably has something to do with the fact that I never played the Assassin’s Creed video game, or read or watched any of Ghost’s Japanese manga or series. So I came into them with no expectations. And I liked them both, particularly Ghost in the Shell. The special effects were spectacular, and the story and characters are engaging. Lots of great action in both.

And finally … I was overwhelmed by the love and support I received from my readers and from everyone in the writing community after my husband’s death. There were so many Facebook comments and messages, so many emails and sympathy cards. This is a horrible time in my life, but all of you have made sure that I never feel alone. Thank you.

Passover and Easter are both this week. Whatever you celebrate, or even if you don’t, have a wonderful holiday, and I’ll be back next week.