Friday, 3 September 2010

September Spring :)

Happy Spring everyone!

I'm loving the lighter starts to the day and seeing all the flowers coming out - definitely puts a bounce in my step. But for those of you in the northern hemisphere, Autumn pretty much rocks too - very beautiful.

I had the most fantastic time at the RWNZ conference - the most amazing speakers and vibe and general all around fun time. Feeling very inspired and motivated. This is a good thing because I have a deadline before the end of the month!

Ok, so Unbuttoned by her Maverick Boss is out on the shelves now in Australia & New Zealand.

Also available now in the US is my Christmas Novella, The Millionaire's Mistletoe Mistress - this is out with stories by Carole Mortimer and fellow Kiwi Alison Roberts. The anothology is titled TIS THE SEASON and you can get a copy now from here. (Just a note, this was titled CHRISTMAS WITH THE BOSS in the UK & Aust/NZ - but it's the same book).

In big news (for me) my old laptop died - which meant I lost lots of useful things (fortunately not any half written books) - so I've had to go back through and update my reader lists and all that - and finally gotten organised to get my newsletter database sorted. So if you want to sign up for my newsletter - which comes out once a month (never more, occasionally less) and includes exclusive competitions, excerpts, general chat and other fun stuff, then fill in the form in the column to the right!

I've also joined Twitter as @authornataliea and I have a page on Facebook - Natalie Anderson, Romance Author. (There are a lot of Natalie Andersons in the world, including a leading London actress, hence the 'author' handle on my IDs).

Again, there'll be special stuff on the FB page, just for you guys - once I've finished this latest book ;)

Meanwhile, have a great couple of weeks and I'll be back in touch again soon!

With very best wishes,



Lacey Devlin said...

You've been a busy woman Nat :). Bad news about the laptop, I really feel for you. I hope they were able to reconstruct your hard drive for you (although they usually charge a pretty penny for that too). I hope the family's well!

Jackie Ashenden said...

Yeah, that's unfortunate re the laptop. On the other hand, shiny new technology! ;-)
Good luck with your deadline. And loved your talk at the conference - heaps of great lightbulb moments for me there!

Natalie Anderson said...

How bad am i at replying - thank so much for the commiserations on the old laptop Lacey, but I have to say I'm just in LOVE with my new one - its so fab :)

Jackie - so glad you got useful stuff out of the talk at conference :)