… with more corrections. (Gosh, I hate corrections!) But on the bright side, today was the first day after the deadline I woke headache-free! Yay! In addition, the chocolate graving is now firmly back under control again. Yay #2! And what’s more in today’s mail I found A) the Poirot Collection 5 (more lovely Hercule Poirot films starring David Suchet) (Yay #3!) as well as B) a free book from Harlequin: Ann DeFee’s Somewhere Down in Texas as a sort of aftereffect of RWA National (Yay #4!) — Harlequin had organized several signings, but at most of these signings there were more people than books, so they let us write down our names and promised to mail us the books. As you can see, they even sent books to Germany! Isn’t that cool? Three cheers to Harlequin!
I’ve been thinking about what story to write next (yes, I know, I need to finish Betrayal first! Never fear, I’ll do so!). If you remember, two days after I had first finished Castle of the Wolf, I started working on Bewitched. (Of course, then I revised Castle a couple of a times, got a bit of a depression, revised Castle some more, etc. etc., which explains why it took me so horribly long to finish the dratted thing [aka Bewitched].) This time, no new story has presented itself so far.
… I’ve been thinking …
How about I take out one of my old stories, dust it a little and polish it a little and see what comes of it?
So what do you make of these first two sentences:
There was nothing I hated as much as court parties. But, of course, being the king’s daughter, I had to attend every single one of them.