I’ve been working at every opportunity to polish my book and write my two page synopsis. At the Surrey International Writers Conference, I was lucky enough to have a blue pencil with “New York Times” best selling author, Robert Dugoni. He gave me some great pointers. At the same conference, the pitch I did with Laurie McLean was amazing as well. The result was that she asked me to send the synopsis and full manuscript to her partner Tricia. There have been a few detours along the way, but the story is better because of them.
Today I fulfilled that request.
Now I’ll do the hardest thing of all, wait. To ease some of the tension I’ll start work on my second book. I realized yesterday that there are at least four books in this series. Books two and three have a good solid start. Book four is what I’ll work on for NaNoWriMo this November. That will have to wait and percolate in my mind.
I am so grateful for my writing. It gives me something to work on that takes me away from my everyday troubles.
I hope this is the time I am able to introduce you to the world of Naldo.