7 am and 77 degrees. (No I did not plan that).
I am anxiously awaiting the January issue of Publishers Weekly for my posted deal.
I will cut and paste it here on this blog when it comes out.
My son, Andrew, is hard at work putting the final touches on my website.
I turned in my manuscript to my editor with her suggested changes.
I got a chance to read and approve the catalogue copy for my novel.
I was notified yesterday that the foreign rights have just been sold to Israel.
So far my book will be translated into Italian, Dutch and Hebrew.
That is just a start.
Each day brings something new I must learn.
There is more to this business than merely writing a book, although that is the catalyst.
The strange thing is?
I am getting used to it.
Slowly but surely I am getting used to it.
I have become proactive.
I am a writer. When my book is published in August of this year I will be an author.
So I am trying on the label now.
Note the change in the blog.
"An author from Hawaii."
How cool is that?