The Adventures of a Freelance Writer and Editor

The last 24 hours have been very busy. WriteOnCon has been keeping me occupied with great articles to read and videos to watch. I am learning so much from the authors, agents and editors who are participating. I’ve also been working on setting up all my accounts to begin working with Outskirts Press. By next week, I’ll have some fun projects to share with you. In between working and WOC, I’ve also been working on polishing a manuscript and query letter for an agent I met at WOC. Hopefully, I will have time to finish everything this weekend and get it sent out next week. I also have been working on grants for CFW.

In addition to all the writing and reading, I spent a few hours working at A Garden Party. (I love the days when my mind gets a break from writing, and I get to play with flowers.) They are organizing a Trash the Dress shot, so I got to help find some inspirational photos for that. I can’t wait to see how it turns out!

Well, I better get back to my to-do list.


Comments on: "A Busy Day in the Neighborhood" (8)

  1. Hi! I’m a fellow YA campaigner, just stopping by. I did the last one and it’s great. Look foward to getting to know you better.

    I can’t find any ‘follow’ link on your blog. You might want to add one as it will make sure us campaigners get you in our lists for visits 🙂

  2. Hi, nice to meet you. Fellow Campaigner here. WiteOnCon was awesome indeed!

  3. Hi!

    Nice to meet you. I’m visiting from the writers’ campaign. 🙂

  4. Hi fellow Campaigner groupie! Looking forward to more posts and getting to know you. That is one brave bride to do a Trash the Dress shot. The pictures always end up stunning for the few I’ve seen.

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