After nearly one year, four passes, two false endings, and some brave work by a small army of beta readers, and at a weirdly lean 114,000 words, SILVER ON THE ROAD is off to Twinling and Agent for their not-quite-so-exhausted take. Yay?
*decides that yes, yay*
So that’s one deadline down, two to go. Â Since the second one is coming up in a week… yeah, I’m not entirely exactly relaxedÂ right now. Â And hey, then I’ll have feedback and revision letters and … well. Â Sufficient unto the day the deadline slain therein.
Monday, I’m back on the pony. Â A mystery to finish, novellas to write, a book to launch next month, and two client manuscripts about to land. Â But today is the solstice, the longest day of the year for half the globe, and it’s bright and sunny and comfortably-not-too-warm outside. Â So I’m taking A-Book-I-Didn’t-Write, a blanket, and a cool drink, and heading off for a day in the park.
Because I can. Â :-)
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