I've made an orange cake and now we're headed down to Indianapolis to spend the day with Pat's mom. My folks are up in Michigan. I'll be there next month and the month after, so we'll visit then. Hard to believe I've got my 30th high school reunion this summer. Suddenly feeling super old!
Thanks for reading and so sorry you've been sick, you two! Get well super soon! Oh, and we have a door on the packaging room. Weegee is privileged and gets to "help", but the cats only do if they sneak in. Just going to visit with Pat's mom at the care home Sunday. We'll bring Weegee, of course. The book's covers are done for real. I'm having a friend here in town beta read it and then, if she says all is well, I'll submit it to Amazon, get the proof copy, approve and it will be live and published. Take care of yourself! And have a great Easter!
Cute Weegee post :) She clearly is a diva LOL How do you keep the cats off the book packaging counter and "helping" you? :) I was putting together Easter gift bags for all the kids that will come here Sunday and I had to toss wads of tissue paper all over the place to keep thme amused while I filled the bags LOL Wow, you're almost at the end of the road for the book, So excited for you. What hapens next as far as getting it published? Bryan and I have been pretty sick the past couple of weeks and I have not been on much as it was taking all my energy to do RL stuff. We did go to the doc yesterday and got a bunch of meds that should put us right soon. What are your Easter plans?
Hi, S! New blog post if you want to read it: http://booksellingwithweegee.blogspot.com/ How's tricks in your neck of the woods? I have an editor pal reading my manuscript. After making corrections when she spots them, I just have to finalize the cover and the book should be ready to publish.
Hi. I shot the rear cover today, and then I wrote the text for the rear. Designed the text for the front. All just practice, really, since I can't figure out yet how to put it all together. I'm cramming my Photoshop for Dummies book, trying to train myself how to use layers and opacity. Apparently there is a need out there for a book titled Photoshop for Hopeless Dolts. I should know. I'd buy it.
Finally done editing! Yay! Now to figure out how to make a book cover. Ugh. Had my sis-in-law do it last time, but she's too busy now. I bought the latest Photoshop -- just have to figure out how to use it with the template for the book cover. Still, so glad to have a finished text!
Whereabouts in WA? We lived in Olympia for almost 35 years. Dad retired in WA from the Army when I was 17 as it was where he was born i a coal mining town east of the mountains. Even if it doesn't you have put the word son paper and just like a visual artist you gotta do that. If you are ever in Central OR we have a room for you :) Bgcmeworrrr and plaidcts are coming to visit fro a ouple of days on Mon. Bgc has visited before when we were in WA and looking forward to seeing here again and meeting PC
I was born out west, in Washington, and I've visited OR when my brother lived in Roseburg for many years. And the book is for older kids and adults. It's at about 60,000 words. I love it, but I don't know if it will ever see the light of day. Stay tuned!