wow. does this mean it's time to sub?
Woo-hoo! Now get it off to beta readers if you haven't done so!
ooh, lucky you, I still have 24 chapters to go...
Congrats on your productivity!
Well done - it's great to get some unexpected time off. Time for a heavenly potter about.
Awesome job, it's always a good feeling when you read that last page.
Awesome - way to go! :)
Hi Ivy, nice to meet you, and thanks for stopping by my blog! Draft SIX, fab for you! Keep it up. Looks like you have a fun blog here. :)
Very cool. I think rewrites are even harder than first writes.
How awesome! Enjoy the rest of your day:).
Woo-hoo! Enjoy your day!
Well I just drooled through your blog and all the food pictures!! Hungry again:) It's so nice to meet your.
Hello Dungeon: Not yet, still in rewrites.Hi Samantha: On to draft seven next.Howdy mshatch: Are you rewriting those or do you still have to write them? Either way, wishing you tons of fun in the process.Becky: Hello, nice to see you here. Thanks for the congrats.Hey Porky: It was a planned day off from both jobs. And a fun one at that. Stayed in my jams until the afternoon. Hi Patti: It sure was nice ending the work day on the last page.Hello Donea Lee: Thanks.Hi Donna: Thanks for stopping by, so nice to see you here.Hey Carol: I've been seeing your smiling face about and had to stop by your blog and become a reader. Nice to meet you.Thanks, Tara: I enjoy rewriting because it's a different kind of play. New things unfold and it's like a giant puzzle. I fancy puzzles.Hello Maria: I sure did, it was very nice to have off from both jobs.HiYa James: I realized when I hit Christian with extra snowballs, that I should have gotten you as well. Sending you some snow, free shipping.Thanks, Terri. It's great to meet you as well. I look forward to reading more about you in your blog.
Thanks Greg and Trey. Up next ... draft seven.
Congrats, Ivy. That's a lot of drafts. Are you an outliner or a discovery writer?
Hey Lee: This book was originally for screen writing class. My teacher had us write three parts, outline first, then fill in the meat. After the semester, I turned it into a book. Thanks for stopping by.
congratulations - now how will you know when its done and ready for subs?
The same way I know about a good melon.
I like coming to this blog, but I'm gaining weight just looking at the goodies. It's a good feeling to be done with a book, even if you might go through it again and again.
And ... I like rewrites. So that helps.
Congratulations! It's great to be done with a piece.
It really is. More work to go but DR-6 is in the bag. Life is good.