It has been a busy week in general, but then they all seem to be. We got a new computer late last week, and I was occupied the first part of this week putting programs back on and finding files and entering usernames and passwords. It takes a lot of work to stay current. Then we switched cable TV providers and found that the new service couldn’t use the other cable feed. So I spent a day installing cable wires. But everything’s up and running, and I’m pleased to report that I kept up with the third novel, which now stands at 57,000 words (out of 80,000).
I also received a remarkable email from the president of eLectio Publishing, Christopher Dixon, outlining the steps leading up to the release of my first novel, On Wings of the Morning, on October 22. The list was exceptionally helpful and complete, and I feel I am in good hands with eLectio. Here’s a link to their website: http://www.electiopublishing.com/
So we push onward. Release day draws ever nearer, and I am practicing serenity. Now!