Skip to main content

I am officially dead

Captain's Log, Stardate 04.09.2006

Here at Mount Hermon, Brandilyn Collins is BLOGGING. And yes, that needs to be in capital letters, because when Brandilyn BLOGS at a writer's conference, strange and unusual things appear on her BLOG. To find out the meaning of my post title, go to Forensics and Faith right now.


  1. That post on BC's blog was hysterical!!!

  2. Found your blog from Mirathon who I found from Cole's Tracker. Funny how that works. Clicked on the link to read about "I am Officially Dead" - hilarious! Anyway, we used to live in the high tech world of Silicon Valley for many, many years but are now in Florida. Fun to connect with those from the past. Congrats on your "Single Sushi" series - sounds great!

  3. S'okay, Cami. I know whodunnit. Read the comments on Brandilyn's blog. :o}

  4. Well, since you're dead and all (see the post on Brandilyn's blog) can I have the expresso? LOL

  5. ACK! You're a ghost! I sure will miss you. Who's gonna look over my synopsis now? Waaaaaaaaaaa!

  6. You can't fool me camy! I know you're the one responsible for everything! :)

  7. Oh my gosh.....they killed Camy!

  8. Um, you are busily writing a long post for us LEFT BEHINDERS (Robin's word) to give us the ultimate scoop on Mount Hermon, right?

    I KNOW where you live. :D

  9. The Chick-lit Tragedy Trilogy is finally over and we're all glad you're back from the dead.

    As enormously fun as the story was, we now know not to carry our Prada bags to Mount Hermon and wave them in front of Mildred.

  10. That really was funny. Does Brandilyn always do something like this?

    Who/What are BGs?

    This must be a week-long conference not just a week-end. Sometime you'll have to explain all this. LOL

  11. I want to go to Mt.Hermon! Maybe next year.
    Tell me all about it, what did you learn??

  12. My deepest condolences on your recent passing by the way...shall I send flowers or wasabi? Oh, the quandry you have put me in. Maybe both? Or an order of sushi to go so I won't get hungry during the funeral??


Post a Comment

Popular Posts

No Cold Bums toilet seat cover

Captain's Log, Stardate 08.22.2008 I actually wrote out my pattern! I was getting a lot of hits on my infamous toilet seat cover , and I wanted to make a new one with “improvements,” so I paid attention and wrote things down as I made the new one. This was originally based off the Potty Mouth toilet cover , but I altered it to fit over the seat instead of the lid. Yarn: any worsted weight yarn, about 120 yards (this is a really tight number, I used exactly 118 yards. My suggestion is to make sure you have about 130 yards.) I suggest using acrylic yarn because you’re going to be washing this often. Needle: I used US 8, but you can use whatever needle size is recommended by the yarn you’re using. Gauge: Not that important. Mine was 4 sts/1 inch in garter stitch. 6 buttons (I used some leftover shell buttons I had in my stash) tapestry needle Crochet hook (optional) Cover: Using a provisional cast on, cast on 12 stitches. Work in garter st until liner measures

I joined Sweet Romance Reads!

I just joined Sweet Romance Reads, a group of authors who all write sweet romances in a variety of sub-genres. I’m friends with several of the authors from my days writing for Harlequin/Love Inspired, so it’s nice to be able to join their group. If you’re on Facebook, this is their Facebook page , and this is their Facebook group . I posted my introductory post yesterday on the Sweet Romance Reads blog (Blogger), where I listed three strange things about me. Click here to read the post, and tell me three strange things about you!

Year of the Dog serial novel, chapter 5

I’m posting a Humorous Christian Romantic Suspense serial novel here on my blog! Year of the Dog is a (second) prequel to my Warubozu Spa Chronicles series. Year of the Dog serial novel by Camy Tang Marisol Mutou, a professional dog trainer, is having a bad year. While renovating her new dog kenneling and training facility, she needs to move in with her disapproving family, who have always made her feel inadequate—according to them, a job requiring her to be covered in dog hair and slobber is an embarrassment to the family. She convinces her ex-boyfriend to take her dog for a few months … but discovers that his brother is the irate security expert whose car she accidentally rear-ended a few weeks earlier. Ashwin Keitou has enough problems. His aunt has just shown up on his doorstep, expecting to move in with him, and he can’t say no because he owes her everything—after his mother walked out on them, Aunt Nell took in Ashwin and his brother and raised them in a loving Christ