Checking in – Things is Crazy Here

Just a quick post. As many of you probably know, RWA has its national conference in San Francisco July 30 to August 2. Which is soon. Really soon. (Yay!)

I have the copyedits for Scandal (due date: July 31) Snort. Real drop dead last day: July 28, because I head down there the 29th since the Beau Monde Conference is the 30th.

Today I got the revision letter for His Wicked Witch or whatever it ends up being called. Argh! I’ve only given it a quick glance to make sure I wasn’t being asked to write a completely different book. No. Very good, there!

And, of course there’s the WIP and today I didn’t get a chance to work during lunch because I worked through lunch which means 0 words today. Panic is setting in.

Right so I’m really busy and may not be blogging too much between now and July 29 when I will be blogging and twittering the conference. Hopefully on my iPhone…

For now, I’ll be twittering more reliably than blogging because that’s easier, shorter and faster than blogging. Also you can’t get carried away and keep writing some big old longer than you intended post.

In Carolyn’s perfect world copyedits and revisions are done by July 28.

Wish me luck.

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3 Responses to “Checking in – Things is Crazy Here”

  1. Sandra Schwab says:

    You’ll be going to RWA AND the Beau Monde conference — I’m so green with envy! I’m going to skip Nationals this year (too long and too expensive flight) and will scribble away at my dissertation instead. BUT to make up for not going to the US this year, I’ll go to London in September. For academic research purposes, but hey, I probably won’t sit in the British Library all day long, six days in a row! 🙂 Especially not when I will be staying at a hotel where the British Museum is just around the corner. Elgin Marbles here I come!

  2. Merry says:

    Good luck with your copyedits and revisions! Make your keyboard steam (in a good way!).


  3. Carolyn says:

    Sandy: I wish you were coming, but I totally envy your trip to London. Totally.

    Merry: Thank you for the good wishes. I appreciate it!