I’ll be doing hit & runs for a few days. You can only juggle so many balls before they start crashing to the floor and bouncing and breaking windows and landing in the dog crap in the front yard.
But on a writing note—hopefully I’ll get my author copies of Forever Again soon and I can have a contest. And I think it’s reviewed in the next RT which should be hitting my mailbox anyday, so I’m biting my nails.
For now it’s back to loose balls, broken glass and dog crap.
Josh went to DC this weekend and came home with a copy of Forever Again He said to tell you he bought the store out of all their copies. Ha ha It’s so beautiful, I just kept stroking it!
Awwwwwwwwww. BIG smooches to Josh from me. :kiss:
I’m glad you think it’s beautiful. Scott may have made it beautiful on the outside, but you helped make it beautiful on the inside. :kiss: :kiss:
(My librarian’s after me to do an author tea. :baby:)
GUESS WHAT I HAVE IN MY HOT LITTLE HANDS????
It really is a bee-yoo-ti-ful cover. Now to get to the stuff on the inside. . .:cheer:
S’okay, I have to finish the Wiggs book first. So, Thursday, maybe.
Umm…right from Wiggs to me? Oh goodness. :baby:
Is it the Ocean Between Us? Tis my favorite. Unbelievably, I haven’t read Table For Five yet.
Nope, TABLE FOR FIVE. Because I always start from the end and work backwards. :doh:
But don’t feel bad. I’m reading the Wiggs, and thinking of my still-not-quite-up-to-snuff, 62K WIP, and basically I want to go rewrite the whole damn thing. Which, alas, is not an option.
Still. I’m learning bucketloads from reading this book (especially about piling on the emotion and building tension), which only goes to show the learning process never, ever ends.
Can definitely see why it’s a RITA finalist.
Susan Wiggs is amazing. I learned so much in the workshop I took from her. Love her stories.
Hope you get all those balls under control, Shan. I’m doing the same thing, pretty much.