Except for my internet duties and one big errand I need to run, today through Monday will be all about novel revisions. I’m feeling good about the book and haven’t run into any gross plot errors (at least not yet) that would slow me down. I still think I’ll have a finished novel by March 27th so I can keep that agent pitch appointment I’ve scheduled at the Northern Colorado Writers Conference.
I’ll check in over the weekend, but mostly I’m keeping to my office with the door closed. No music, no noise at all (except that barking dog somewhere in the neighborhood) because my new computer is super quiet, almost eerily so.
Meanwhile, I have a few fun links for you:
Did you read my article on The Blood-Red Pencil about Twitter Lists and my new Twitter list of literary agents I’ve made available to all my followers? An agent on Twitter noticed I didn’t have her on my list, which I thought was a pretty good sign that post url is making the rounds. I added the agent to the list, and she was kind enough to add me to her Follows.
Here’s a chance to win a book. Visit Galen Kindley’s Imagineering Fiction blog for the easiest contest ever.
Here’s another post from Cheryl Thurston’s Scattershot blog that had me chuckling last evening: What Do I Know?
Every Friday Jon Gibbs (An Englishman in New Jersey blog) lists the week’s interesting posts on writing he’s found.
Is anyone doing anything extra fun today? If so, leave a comment and give me some ideas. As soon as this book is finished, I’m going to spend a whole month just having fun and writing about it. Hmmm. Sounds like an idea for a book. 🙂