Friday, January 12, 2007

Holy Crap

Publishers Weekly writes about THE MARK.

I'm near speechless. And apparently I have a "boyish face." It never felt so good to be boyish.

Ingredients for a Mark-itini
Raspberry Vodka
Stir them together or something.


Blogger AS Meredith said...

We want the recipe to the Mark-tini!

Congrats, big guy!

3:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rock on, that's a great story. I love the little bit about all of the contract stuff saying she/her. Nice detail.

3:59 PM  
Blogger Spy Scribbler said...

Oooh ... I would really like that drink! It has all my favorite ingredients for a cocktail! I'll definitely have to try it.

(And my DH goes for the Jack and Coke, too!)

Congratulations on a great article! And a wonderful party!

9:33 PM  
Blogger David J. Montgomery said...

Dude, do you edit any books that aren't about booze and/or rednecks?

8:30 AM  
Blogger Adrienne said...

Ooh what a great article, very light and fun but still getting out some important information - especially the introduction to the world of the Mark-tini. Mark this day in your calendar folks, history is being made!

(PS: I realise it may be odd that suddenly I have appeared in your comments section, I've been lurking around your blog for months, but in honour of national de-lurking week that I think has just come to a close, I have decided to make my presence known!. . . hi)

2:01 PM  
Blogger Allison Brennan said...

Great article, Jason. And Margaret is right--most guys don't get female characters (they tend to be stereotypical or stupid.) You wrote Amanda exceedingly well and I really liked her. She wasn't TSTL.

12:53 PM  
Blogger ORION said...

Congratulations! I am enjoying reading about your journey. My book is to be released by Putnam in August 2007. I can hardly wait.
I am de-lurking also like Adrienne

2:01 AM  
Blogger MJRose said...

Congrats on the great press!!! May it continue and multiply.

(And I want one of those drinks too.)

2:19 AM  

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