>Nail biting and more nail biting…

>Hey, don’t rag on me! I don’t really bite my nails. Never have, think it’s icky, and my nails are too strong, but the concept works for this blogpost, okay?

First of all, one nail-biting situation has been put to rest: Susan Litman passed on A SUITABLE WIFE – for now. ( ?? )

Now, another nail-biting situation arises. She wants to see the next book in the series: HER UNEXPECTED FAMILY and thinks I have a strong voice. Yay!

And on the home front (not writing related), there’s another nail-biting deal that’s been going on for months and I can’t really talk about it–yet. Today could be the day we get some answers that will put the matter to rest. I’m on the fence. Dunno whether to wish one way or the other. (sigh). I’m just tired of being on an emotional teeter-totter.
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What do you think? Should I concentrate on the positives here, break out the champagne I’ve had chilling in honor of another request?

About Annie Rayburn/Carol Burnside

As an author of sizzling romance, Annie takes contemporary settings. and incorporates twists with sci-fi and paranormal elements.
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3 Responses to >Nail biting and more nail biting…

  1. Cat Schield says:

    >WWWWWWWWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!She passed? No way? I’m brokenhearted for you. (What does for now mean?) Seriously, though, way cool she wants the next book. And a strong voice is always important. But what a bummer. How far are you in the next book? Or are you going to take some time off and regroup. ((((HUGS)))))

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  2. >Oh, that ms is finished. I’ve sent it out to a couple CP/readers for comments, then I’ll go through it once again and send out. Hopefully before the onslaught of Nat’l requests hit her desk.😉

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  3. Cat Schield says:

    >I hope you get read faster this second time around. Man, the waiting is brutal. I’ve got my fingers crossed for you.

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