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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

50 shades of RED!

Went to a publishing workshop on Sat. AND caught the tail end of a horse show after!  Learned a lot at the workshop from a MN. small press publisher.  What's hot in publishing world today?  20 million copies sold of "50 Shades of Grey!"   Erotica is turning pages!  I borrowed a copy (just to read the competition) and am turning 50 shades of RED just reading it.  No plot or story, just sex!  Wow!  Can't wait to read 2nd in the series!  Does this make me a dirty old woman?
Saturday, July 14, 2012 , 1:30 p.m.    FINISHED NOVEL!   
   Last sentence, "In her pocket, she fingered the calling stone."

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Independence Day 2012

Independence Day 2012--  Passed up the record heat and humidity today, sitting in nothing but my blue terry beach dress which is older than dirt!  Morning coffee and last chocolate donut got me going at 7:30 a.m. Love the AC, Under the fan, on command center with laptop, finishing the last pages of The Calling Stone.  Hardly budged all day, words are flying off the keys, up to page 21 in last section now!   Took little breaks to play Casino Solitaire on Facebook, water tomato plants on deck, fetch nutter butter bites from fridge, work on Riding Lesson stuff for barn, email funny responses to teasing friend!  Heard fireworks but can't see them for the trees!  Oh well!

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Hot and Sticky

What a beautiful day: Mid 80's and lots of humidity.  Another good "Jamma Day" for me! (In jammies, working hard on novel, the girl is almost finished and bubbling with excitement about getting the word out to agents and publishers.)  She can be had!!  

Memory needs a Nudge on June 30!

My daughter came over yesterday and made a BLT brunch for us.  We totally forgot that we had booked a birthday
Party on Horseback >for some church people... we were really surprised when a bunch of cars drove up and unloaded their kids. My grandsons and their friends helped out, and we were able to coral and saddle the horses quickly and do our thing.