Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Success!

As the esteemed Brain from Pinky and the Brain would say, "Yessss!" (In a "I'm-going-to-dominate-the-world type voice).

Remember the last part of my novel that a few friends of mine felt was "tacked on"? Last night I figured out how to fix it. And it works perfectly.

Sigh of pure, utter bliss.

Hubby also was in charge of the children last night, allowing me to work on my edits. More bliss.

Today is a rainy, cloudy, and cool day. Perfect for staying at home and writing, but unfortunately, there's that new toy sitting in my driveway that requires payments, so the day job has to come first.

Have a great Wednesday!

12 comments:

  1. I'm so glad your edit worked out for you. Isn't it wonderful when that happens?

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  2. Yay!! Congrats. I love when it all comes together like that.

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  3. Yay! That's great news. What a feeling!

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  4. Congrats for having the breakthrough! :)

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  5. Congratulations and celebrations :)

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  6. Don't you just love it when the light bulb finally goes on? That kind of happened to me today, though it took a few agent R's to finally make me see the light. It's my first chapter that needs a little help, since it actually was tacked on. :D

    Congratulations on getting that squared away!

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  7. Most excellent news, Melissa. :)

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  8. Fantastic news Melissa, congratulations!

    Have a great weekend.

    Sue :-)

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  9. I'm so pleased for you, Melissa! Isn't it cool when the answers come?

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  10. Congratulations! What a great day!

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  11. Yay Melissa! Glad it worked out for you. :)

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  12. Isn't it great when that happens? It's as if the subconscious mind has been working on it all along, and just when you think you'll never get it right, there it is.

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