Thursday Ahhhh!!!!


Sometimes I make myself laugh. I’ve been bloggin’ all week for the North Texas Romance Writers about my experiences with the first book, and I realized today that I’d neglected my own blog. We’re moving into Holiday move ups with work, which are pretty intense. Columns are due days earlier, but the information isn’t necessarily available and that sort of thing. I did finish the Zombie proposal and sent it off to Sha-Shana. We’ll see what happens. Last week I worked on a story about Faith Hill. I just totally dig that chick. She’s so cool. This week I talked to John Schneider about “Felicity: An American Girl..” I liked him. He’s pretty much like the dads he plays on tv. I’m also working on a story about the “Knots Landing” reunion. OMG, that brought back some memories of the good old days. Charmed & Dangerous is showing up in some interesting places: and Very cool.


About Candace Havens

Bestselling author Candace Havens has written six novels for Berkley including, Charmed & Dangerous, Charmed & Ready, Charmed & Deadly, Like A Charm, The Demon King and I and Dragons Prefer Blondes. Her new venture is writing for the Blaze line of Harlequin. Those books include Take Me If You Dare, She Who Dares, Wins, Truth and Dare, and The Model Marine. She is also in the anthology Spirited, and the proceeds go to help literacy. Her books have received nominations for the RITA's, Holt Medallion and Write Touch Reader Awards. She is the author of the biography Joss Whedon: The Genius Behind Buffy and a contributor to several anthologies. She is also one of the nation's leading entertainment journalists and has interviewed countless celebrities including Tom Hanks, Nicolas Cage, Tom Cruise, George Clooney and many more. Her entertainment columns can be read in more than 600 newspapers across the country. Candace also runs a free online writing workshop for more than 1800 writers, and teaches comprehensive writing class. She does film reviews with the Dorsey Gang on New Country 96.3, and is the President of the Television Critics Association.

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