Feast or famine, that’s the writer’s life. After months and months of “Why?!” and “Is this worth it?!” and slogging on, a whole bunch of positive things hit really fast. And it isn’t just with writing, but also Life. That’s pretty fantastic.
Perhaps the best news is that we’re getting my son in to see a Williams Syndrome specialist. Well, not just A specialist, but THE specialist. She heard about his unusual symptoms and wants to meet him. This could change our lives, and he deserves this. I can’t tell you how pleased this makes me. It’s for research purposes, so not only will this greatly benefit my kiddo, but it’ll help every other person out there that has this wonderfully bizarre syndrome. I can’t stop smiling. 🙂
Also, there’s been a flurry of positive writing news lately. Thanks for all of your nice words and congratulations. It means a lot.
Also, I got some great feedback and supportive comments concerning my novel. Thanks again for that. I can’t believe that you plowed through it so quickly! You read it in, what, a night?
And to top it all off, I received a partial request yesterday! How thrilling! Just when I was lamenting my query…AGAIN. I have actually been called “query challenged”. Which is funny, and right on. I completely accept it.
Have a great day, everybody!
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