I read COMING HOME again until I couldn’t face it any more and everything started to blur on the page. So I sent it down the line to my editor who is away this week so won’t even twig that I got it in six days early. And she probably has a gadzillion things to do before she looks at it.
So now onward to new projects. Remember, in HER MIRACLE BABY I wrote a horse riding scene in the snow? Well, I got so inspired by the high country that I have booked an alpine ride for the whole family in November. We had our first ‘training’ ride yesterday. No sore bot, but tender thighs. Hmm, I sound like a chicken…..
So now COMING HOME has been put to bed (until the dreaded revisions come back…no, thinking positive thoughts…) I now have a list of things to do both writing and non writing related.
I am going to write my CONFLICT…more than a misunderstanding, workshop which I am giving at the RWA Australian conference in August. My writing group have kindly offered to be my guinea pigs in June so I can ‘test it’ out amongst friends.
And silly me said she’d organise ONE more silent auction/trivia night on May 27th so I am in serious begging mode and firing off letters left, right and centre.
New story…I have a fave story I want to re look up. Seriously hoping I have learned a lot and can rewrite this baby…literally a baby, full of midwifery stories. Also have a seed of an idea for a next book but not sure if HMB will be keen. Plus I need a conflict! Maybe writing the conflict workshop will get the creative juices flowing.
Here he is