Friday, March 17, 2006

I didn't win the CAPA

I was against some pretty heavy hitters, as I've said before. And Christine Feehan won for Dark Secret in the Paranormal Category. My second release, Perfect Timing, was nominated in the same category.
I've never read Feehan and don't plan on starting now. But I've heard of her and pretty much realized that I was cooked. *grins*
It was so nice to be in the same category, though. I can't discredit that. Not to sound incredibly hokey, but I was pleased just to be there.

So I guess I'll persevere and rock right along with myself. Write some more books. Submit for reviews. Do my literary thing.
And mebbe, just mebbe, I'll win the sucker one of these days.


Tori Lennox said...

*hugs* sweetie.

Silma said...

{{{Chryscat}}} Sorry to hear you didn't win. I've read two books of Christine Feehan's "Dark" series, and IMHO they're good, but nothing extraordinary. Since they're a series, I had a hard time following the concept and storyline. It's not like the Anita Blake series, which I read the books in random order yet I could understand what was going on. I feel that Sherrilyn Kenyon's vampire series is much stronger. *shrugs* Just my opinion...

B said...

Awww, honey, it's just a matter of time. (((hugs)))