Well, it’s that time of year again. I have to admit that my brain is completely useless mush at the moment. I don’t feel like I’ll type anything coherent, but we’ll say this is an experiment, shall we?
Nothing new on the publishing front. I’ve almost finished the second book in my Glenwood High series, and I’ll be editing that over the coming weeks and sending out queries after the first of the year to agents to see if I can get any bites on the concept and writing. I think it’s a great story (which I don’t always think about my own work), and I really want to share it with people. But I also want to learn as much as I can from the project, so querying agents is a logical step.
I’ve finished all my graduate school applications (woohoo!) and I have a really great feeling about my prospects this year. Every time I’ve put together an application, I’ve had stronger and stronger applications. This is my year! I’ll keep everyone updated when I hear more (likely in late February at the earliest, more likely March). I need to send out the stories I wrote and edited for publication.
I’m getting ready for my upcoming trip to Portland by buying wool socks on Amazon. I know, I know, I’m a wimpy little Southern Californian. I’m okay with that. Next item on the shopping list is new shoes. Though I bought a pair in April, I really need to replace the two I’ve had for years. Here’s to looking over the next week!
I’ve recently accepted to work with a review site. I’ll post more details later and when my first review is posted. I’ll mostly begin to write reviews here as well. We’ll see how insane it get, because, you know, I don’t already have enough to do. Sigh.
Hope you all have a wonderful holiday season!