Monday, October 18, 2010

Well Hello There!

I've been very behind, my apologies! It is for a good reason. My fantastic agent has gotten back to me on my manuscript and it looks like I'm in for one final round of revisions before submission.

YAY!

As always, I'm kind of blown away by his brilliance and his insight. My book keeps getting better and better. So I'm working hard on on this final set of revisions and getting excited about going back on submission. You know it will be over 2 years since the MS went out on submission the first time with my first agent. It is now completely unrecognizable and a million times better. And the pitch Mr. Fantastic Agent Man came up with is way cool and dead sexy. I'm excited.

So I'll be a bit tied up while I work and I look forward to sharing with y'all when the book goes out on submission.

In the meantime, congratulations to Avery for winning the Funniest Thing Overheard Contest with her saggy boobs! She has chosen her prizes and will be receiving 4 fabulous books to read whenever I can get my butt over to the post office.

Hopefully I won't be gone too long, but don't worry.

I'll be back.

11 comments:

Kim Kasch said...

Got my fingers X'd for you ...

Anna said...

It sounds like you're almost there. Good luck!!

Charles Gramlich said...

Glad to hear the good news on the agent front. Excellent!

whaddayameandoihaveroomfordessert said...

YAY!

Jennifer Ambrose said...

Exciting and inspiring news! Good luck and keep us posted.

And congrats to Avery and her much-deserved win. I'm so stealing that boob bag line when I'm an old lady.

Rena said...

YAY!!!

laughingwolf said...

hey el, grats on all of that!

Joy Wizziwa said...

So excited Ello!!! I know it is gonna be great... :)

Whirlochre said...

Great news.

And — what kind of costume is Mr Fantastic Agent Man wearing these days?

vivian said...

Awesome, awesome news, Ellen! Fingers and toes crossed, with an extra boost of good karma thoughts!

pacatrue said...

I'm way behind on reading your blog, but I'm glad to hear that the ms is still progressing. Long live progressing manuscripts!

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