All I have to say is TGIFF. That extra F stands for something. I’ll let you interpret it as you wish. This has been a long week, no? But I’m looking forward to a full and fun weekend so it’s all good. I actually have a question today. It was posted in the comments section
So I’m likely going to be rolling the weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) into one lump post for the next few weeks. I got my revision notes back from my editor and I have a lot of stuff to do. Unfortunately blogging tends to get the short straw when I have to prioritize. That just means
Still alive. Barely. I’m into the revisions and they’re kicking my butt, but I’m still at it. I’m finding a lot of new nuances to my book that I never noticed before, so yay for my awesome editors and agent! I just participated in a really great LJ chat over at The Tenners. If there
Been busy reworking my outline. I had some moments of outline panic, but a nice chat with my fantastic editors cleared it all up. I’m not used to other people giving me their opinions on my work. It’s cool and strange and annoying. Yeah, I said it. Sometimes it can be annoying. But just because
Hi internet! Loving WolframAlpha. It’s not your typical search engine. It’s used to find data sets. It’s pretty geektastic. Good for anyone looking for hard data. Try stuff like you name or the meaning of life. Outline got in on time. Should get outline edits back today. I’m pretty scared. After a thousand tiny cuts,
One of the best parts of being a writer – a part I didn’t know about until I sold my first book – is this amazing sense of community. I have friends, but when I talk about things like deadlines and revisions and line edits and how I’m going to resolve this plot hole or
Well the revision letter has come in, so now I start the march to my deadline. I’ll likely be quiet here for a while, but I’ve been joining really great sites like The Tenners. They’re a group of authors who all debut in 2010. Pretty rad stuff. Once I hit my deadline I’ve got so
Waiting. It’s what I’m learning to do a lot of. I wrote Deathday Letter and waited to hear back from agents. I sent them the manuscript and waited to hear their responses. I did some revisions and waited to see what they thought. We submitted to publishers and then waited to hear back from them.