Tuesday, August 07, 2007

MY BABY ARRIVED.....

Nope, I'm not talking about another child--have 3 beautiful daughters and couldn't ask for more. I'm talking about the delivery of my first author copies of my first book. Wow, how amazing! Yeah, I cried most of the day! LOL

I got my revision letter from my editor on book 3. Man, she's GOOD. Finished the revisions and got them in the mail today. Also completed the copyeditor edits on book 2 and got them sent back. Now I wait to hear back from my editor on book 4. I can't wait. It's the story I've been anxious to write since I came up with this series overview.

I'm gearing up for the ACFW conference. I can't believe we have less than 45 days! I'm beyond excited. Awesome, truly awesome.

So, what about YOU? What are you working on?

6 comments:

CHickey said...

Congrats! Yep, conference will be here, like, tomorrow! Can't wait to see you.

Cara Putman said...

Congrats on the book -- I can't wait to hold mine someday soon. And on the fourth contract. It is amazing to watch what God is doing! He certainly opened the floodgates!

Robin Caroll said...

I'm truly blessed! Hey, Cara, are we tied now? LOL

Gina Conroy said...

How exciting for you! If your doing a tour, sign me up!

I'm working on my synopsis for my mystery right now! Boring, but necessary!

Heather Diane Tipton said...

I hear that you gave Pammer a copy. I think I'm offended that I have to buy a copy!!

Timothy Fish said...

What am I working on? I am working on the first draft of a book that takes place a few years after Searching for Mom. Unlike Searching for Mom, which touches Christian topics only softly, they one on which I am working goes to the very heart of Christianity. One thing I do not care for is when Christian authors include the message of salvation in such a way that the characters involved could be removed with minor effort. While I do not feel comfortable revealing the plot to very many people at this point, I will say that the message of salvation is so integral to the plot that the book would collapse into a pile of disjointed scenes without it.