writing Historical Romance
Jo,YAY!! Congrats on finishing! :) I knew you could do it! lolIt'll be good to see you around a little more.Jen
Congrats!! AND your upcoming book got a positive mention on DearAuthor.com
Congratulations Jo! I hope you've got time for a well deserved rest now (and for getting a new keyboard? ;-)). /Sara E.
The relief is tremendous, getting that My Lord and Spymaster manuscript done and sent off. What it's like ... you imagine yourself in a car with three or four teenagers and they have music (sic) on full-blastand then you drop them off at the pool and turn the music off.Everything inside is silence.So nice.Except, of course, that now I have to do two-months accumlated housework. I got the ARCs for Spymaster's Lady.
WOOT!!!Congrats and what a relief! Enjoy the peace and quiet. If I were you, I'd splurge on a housecleaner. *w*And how does one get access to said ARCs? If they promise to write good reviews and blurbs and bend over backwards while juggling and weaving a basket with their toes? *w,g*
Oh, and I like what you've done with the blog!
Hi Jenny --I didn't know much about ARCs. Apparently the publishing house sends them out to reviewers. In my case, they get sent out to folks who review Romance books.I had been planning to spiffy up the blog when it got closer to the publication date. I was waiting till I got the manuscript of My Lord and Spymaster completed and had a moment of time on my hands.I'm going back and tryin to trim out posts that don't seem to be, y'know, saying anything ....