Jun. 14th, 2008 11:23 am
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From the department of Really Good News comes this announcement: as of Friday, I have an official literary agent. Shana Cohen of the Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency has agreed to represent my work, and I am thrilled, thrilled, thrilled! (See, I do know how to be excited. *g*)

It's so wonderful to find someone who appreciates Canum and Irie as much as I do. And now to find some people who'll pay me to share that appreciation!

Thanks, Shana.
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I'm not dead. Really. *g* Just very, very busy. Spring is the busiest time for my landscape design business, and it's been jumping since the end of perfect synchronization with my completing work on the first draft of The Bells of Leon y Cantara via [ profile] novel_in_90. This is ideal because now the draft gets to percolate a bit while my surface brain is busy elsewhere. I always work better when my conscious mind is distracted.

I have new agents on my radar, following last week's research effort, and hope to send Dimo to knock at their door early next week. Wish me luck.

This quiz thing caught my eye today:

Your super-secret codename is:

Your mission is...

Forcing Kim Jong-Il to eat 7 banana cream pies in 2 minutes
'What is your codename and mission?'

That is so something I'd love to do. *g*

Oh - and you know what I woke up to this morning? On April 7? Snow. In Central Virginia. We were supposed to get flurries, maybe, and ended up with 1.25 inches before the day warmed and it started to melt. It's mostly gone now. (Yeah, yeah, I know it's nothing like those of you in New England got...but this is Virginia, in April. Little kid that I am, I grinned and took the dog out to play.


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