Saturday Special: Out Like A Lamb?

At the beginning of the month, I mentioned the idiom that March is “in like a lion, out like a lamb.” It’s hard to believe March is headed out already. Where does the time go?

I’ve spent many hours this month finishing the final books in my False Truth Serial. False Truth 9 released this week. Beth Dexter and I are rushing to the exciting conclusion, False Truth 10 and False Truth 11. Jordan Fox’s story is wrapping up. I’m excited for you to read it!

I spent some time cleaning off my bookshelf to make room for the new paperback releases of the False Truth serial, too! You saw the picture, right?

 False Truth paperback

Thursday’s blog posed a question for you: What’s your biggest reading pet peeve? Your replies are very interesting. We’ll tally up the results and post them on the blog next week. If you haven’t chimed in yet, now’s your chance!

So is March headed out like a lamb for you? Or is it still a lion?

If you’re not feeling that sense of calm yet, maybe a little daydreaming will help. (Daydreaming is a “guilty pleasure” helpful for readers and writers alike!) If you could travel to any of these places (for free…) to view the beautiful tulips, which would you choose? Tulips 1Tulips 2 Tulips 3 Tulips 4

Meanwhile —

Caffeinate and Carry On!

Diane Capri

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3 Responses to Saturday Special: Out Like A Lamb?

  1. Dianna Slowey-Thomas March 28, 2015 at 12:16 pm #

    i have always wanted to go to the Netherlands so Lisse would be my choice ,even though the England trip holds a place as I have friends in Sussex I haven’t seen in years. I’m thrilled your books are doing so well, I love all of the Twelve but I like your Reacher stories especially. April is beautiful so while March is leaving us we have something to look forward to.take care,your fan, Dianna

  2. Joy March 30, 2015 at 2:25 pm #

    My biggest pet peave of reading is when the authors DO NOT use proper grammar!

  3. Christi Salter March 30, 2015 at 7:21 pm #

    My Mother was born in Wassenaar, The Netherlands, so I would love to see Lisse in full bloom. I just learned about you and your books. I am looking forward to many sleepless nights as I cannot put your books down.


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