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14 November 2006 @ 03:46 pm
*puffed cheeks*  
The synopsis for CAULDRON is done. I've done a page-long synopsis for the fifth book and a three paragraph one for the sixth, but included the last chapter of the sixth book, which I've had written for well over a year now, so, y'know, hopefully that alliveates some of the "bad writer, no cookie" for only a 3 paragraph synopsis. Besides, that's two books and probably 3 years away, so it's probably good enough for the moment.

I really, really should write a third chapter for the CAULDRON proposal, on the somewhat unlikely logic that they're more likely to give me a big fat advance if I give them 3 chapters instead of 2. (By that logic, I should hold off submitting the proposal until I've written half the book, which is *theoretically*, if not realistically, my NNWM project. Hah.)

Possibly I need to email my agent and have her tell me to stop being a twit and to do my chapter. Although I bet lots of you will be happy to do that for me without me bothering to email Jenn. (Please don't actually call me a twit. I don't like to be called names.)
Current Mood: lazylazy
dancinghorse: Nyaaahhhh!dancinghorse on November 14th, 2006 04:09 pm (UTC)
I read that as one of us can stop being a twit and do your chapter.

I'll do yours if you'll do mine.

Eveshkaeveshka on November 14th, 2006 04:13 pm (UTC)
Do your chapterwork, luvvie! :D

(Does luvvie count as being called a name?)
dqg_nealdqg_neal on November 14th, 2006 09:51 pm (UTC)
Bad writer... cookie is now mine... Muhahahaha :)
Shalanna: Shalanna Multicolorstampshalanna on November 15th, 2006 12:56 am (UTC)
Motivation--I cup, crushed
I shan't call you a twit, but might I point out that there are those of us who have wished and prayed all our lives to get to that point where you are--where there is someone who's willing to READ that third paragraph of yours. I'm out here writing the third and the fourth and the fifth paragraph with, frankly, no reasonable hope that anyone will ever agree to read it, let alone publish it. And OMG, you have an *agent*: someone who actually believes in your work. That would certainly buoy me up. Think about how there's someone waiting for your paragraph(s), and that should make it lots more fun to do! Now, get to work *cracks whip*
tevansp3 on November 15th, 2006 02:05 am (UTC)