May 29th, 2007
Revisions, nerves and life in general

I’m pushing to get the revisions to Witch Blood done. The revision process is always huge for me. I love the actual writing of the book. That’s the fun part. The revision portion of the project is just plain hard work. I still love it, but it’s a lot of work. Especially when you’re like me and you’re second guessing every paragraph.

In other news….

So, even though Witch Fire isn’t out on the shelves yet (June 5th) and it’s not shipping from Amazon.com yet (I bet it will be soon, though), I know it’s shipping to people who special ordered it from brick-and-mortar stores. Yiiiieeee…. Witch Fire is out there and people are reading it!!!!

There’s this funny writer thing. I have something like twenty books out there, but the release of every new one (especially one as huge as Witch Fire) always makes me feel like I’m getting ready to speak publically — you know, the clammy hands, shortness of breath thing. Ah, the nerves I’m feeling right now…someone pass the chocolate (and a bottle of wine).
I love Mira and Jack so much. I hope you all do too. :)

So yesterday we went to see Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End. I wanted to LOVE it, like super duper squeeing LOVE it. Unfortunately I just thought it was okay. I loved Cap’n Jack, of course. You can’t put Johnny Depp in a role that I wouldn’t like him. I’d pay money to watch that guy read the phone book.

Okay, now back to revisions….

4 comments to “Revisions, nerves and life in general”

  1. Did you stay to watch the special end bit after the credits?


  2. Yes. I did. *pout*


  3. That role was made for Johnny Depp


  4. Congrats on the new release. And yeah I feel that way with every new release.