There but for the grace of God go I.
So…the editors that bought those books saw something in them. Bottom line? They were good enough to be published,
? I kept picking up Lisa Unger’s BLACK OUT. I’ve decided she’s bad for my writing career because I’m like FINALLY, a really good book. A book I don’t want to put down.
we’re watching our country slip away under a socialist smiley face
“Have you ever noticed how many grumpy people there are in the world?”
Do you simply outgrow Christmas I wonder?
I don’t want to look back on this reversal of fortunes someday and laugh. I want to laugh now. So for the moment anyway, this is my new motto: “Poverty. More Fun the Second Time Around.”
5-30-04 I’m not done with my Phantom rough draft that my goal was to complete by June 1st. Easier said than done. But I haven’t given up on it, either. Maybe today I’ll go to B & N and get some NYC maps and CA maps. I bet actually they…
Morning Pages 11-18-03 I got me a full cup of coffee and a seat on the deck so let’s see if we can figure out what’s bugging us. DW’s family. Dad without a dog. Holidays. T’s shower. All the thing I do wrong. Christmas is on a Thursday. Time for…
The agent search continues. What can I say about this? Authors rely on agents to represent their work to editors. Agents supposedly know the market. That’s their job, right? To know what’s trending in publishing, which editors/houses are looking for or would be interested in a specific work? For this,…