Start working on a car at 6pm after the heroine has spent an entire afternoon digging a garden and just wants to go in, get showered and have dinner. I was out until after 7pm while DH installed new headlights in his truck. Sheesh. Can’t we do this tomorrow?? Yes, got about 1/3rd of a … More My Heroes Would Never–
I heard from Samhain today, a very nice letter from the editor who reviewed Forever Home. She gave me the reasons behind the rejection, so I’m feeling better now. Of course I’m still bummed out that they didn’t take it, but at least I know why.So, now I have to work on my characters. They … More I Feel Better
I heard back from Samhain regarding Forever Home. They said no. In a form letter. With no explanation as to why they said no. Of course getting a rejection hurts, especially when I love this story, more than Sweet Forever even. But it happens. I can handle it. It’s the fact that I got a … More Can’t Catch A Break
I’m feeling completely and utterly frustrated!I’m feeling bored with my current wip so, upon recommendation, should find something else to work on. Problem is I’m not “into” any of my wips. Maybe I’m just needing a bit of a writing break. I hate taking breaks though. I want to write through it, but when I’m … More Frustration!
At last it’s here! How many people are glad to see 2008 out of the way *raising hand*. Here’s to a better year! A year of lots of books being published!So, I’ve officially begun JaNoWrMo, but it feels just like any other day. Same story, just keeping track of that word count. Actually I’m looking … More WELCOME 2009!!
I printed off another copy of That Kind Of Magic for my Kensington submission. I hated to do it, but my first copy had header/footer and I realized that maybe they don’t want that. Of course there’s no clear direction on their page on what they want. They said 3 chapters, but a Kensington author … More Printing Printing Printing
Well, after thinking about it for a few days I think I’m going to have to rewrite at least the first 5 or so pages of Dreamer’s Sea. I’m kind of bummed out about it, but seriously, those first pages are a little slow. Generally, with my shorter manuscripts, I jump right into the center … More New Direction