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Plug: Nikol Purvis

Ello, my loverlies! I know, I know. It's been a while. I've actually been up to nothing much, just trying to get as much writing as I can on my current manuscript. I've been working on it for over a year now, which is incredibly terrible. Which brings me to my post, because here is a woman, and fellow writer who inspires me a great deal!

I haven't picked up any of her books yet, (shame on me!) but I plan to do so in the very very near future. She has an amazing deal going on, so make sure to visit her page and get in on that! I know I'm going to!
Once I get the new design up towards late Winter next year, she will DEFINITELY be one of my permalinks! You're amazing Nikol, and keep doing what you do!


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