After a few days of marathon editing, the end is in sight. As of the time of this posting, I have 5 pages of edit notes spanning the last 72 manuscript pages left to go. Considering I wound up with 19 pages of edit notes, I'm gonna say it's a definite possibility I will be finished by tonight. I don't think there's anything major left to do. Could be wrong. Like I said, I'm brain fried.
In other news, the paperback copies of Up Wish Creek arrived. I was going to set up a Goodreads contest, but I discovered I never set up a paperback page for that book. That has to be done first and right now, it's on a back burner. Monday, I'll do that and set one up for Natural Causes. Then I'll set up a contest for UWC. Once the NC copies arrive, there'll be a contest for one of those, too.
Speaking of contests, Deb Salisbury will have a copy of Blood Flow headed her way once she confirms her address via besanderson at gmail dot com. It's a copy with the original cover, which I still think is totally cool. I just had to change it to match the ebook cover, which I changed to be more 'in line' with what readers are expecting to see on a political suspense cover these days. Anyway, congratulations Deb!
I didn't do any reading last week because of the looming deadline thing. I fully expect to be reading tomorrow. First up, Silver James' latest Harlequin - Claiming the Cowgirl's Baby.
I managed one good morning of fishing.
And lastly, not but leastly, we saw the first fawn of the year last Sunday. Since then, we've seen two others - twins. Here's the single:
Well, that's it for me this week. Whazzup with you?