Another week of hard work ahead. But I worked all weekend so at least I'm not behind. Yet.
1. My Managing Editor's budget is due tomorrow. Hopefully after that, she'll be able to look at the proposed cover art for The Invisible Sister and let me know if it's a go. I hope so. The art is GORGEOUS and I really want to show it to you!!
2. I received a request for a full last week on a query I sent over a year ago. So if you're waiting on replies--don't give up!! Even if you're not waiting on a response, but staring at a rejection, remember Winston Churchill's famous quote: Never, never, never give up.
3. March is Small Press Month and the authors at Indie-Debut are busy working on blog events, interviews and fun giveaways to celebrate our own independent publishers. More info to come as plans unfold.
4. How I know I'm a writer, #1. Setting: Family game night.
Trivial Pursuit Question: What meter was invented in 1935.
Me (thinking): Oh geez. Some poet came up with a new one in 1935? That's kinda late. Who would that be? What poets were around then? e e cummings? Is that even the right time frame?
I'm just about to say, "Let's go with Iambic Pentameter" because that's all I can remember, when my teammate says:
I'm pretty sure it's the parking meter.