Virtually connected

How did people exist before the internet? Sometimes I read historical romance and think, “They’d sort out all these problems in a heartbeat if they just had Google.”

Anyway, in an effort to grab all the goodies modern life can give us, I’ve joined RWA’s Online chapter and emailed off my entry for the Between the Sheets contest – can you believe it…they accept entries by email! How civilized.

On an unrelated note, I’ve just finished sewing my first dress – the Liverpool by Amy Butler. And after a tense couple days where it looked like I’d need a breast reduction to be able to button it up, I’ve realized that cotton’s stretchier than I thought. It buttons, and I don’t look indecent. What a wonderful world.


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2 responses to “Virtually connected

  1. Kaki Warner

    Good luck, Katrina, on the Between the Sheets Contest. I think contests can be a great help–they were to me. I’ll be puling for you and waiting to see how you did.

    • Katrina

      Thanks, Kaki! Which contests did you enter? The Between the Sheets finalists are announced a few days after the Golden Heart finalists, so the last week of May will either be thrilling or depressing for me. I think I can handle losing (especially if I get some decent feedback); it’s the waiting that’s the hardest!

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