Juggling Novels

This past week has been fun. I spent it juggling three different novels: Tilting at Windmills, which needs to have a final edit sent in by October for P.D.’s editors; Gemini, which came to me for the final tech edit; and Silence Out Loud, which I really wanted to get revised and submitted. Juggling novels. It’s not quite as awe-inspiring as juggling knives or fire… unless you happen to be the author. Then, boy, wow, look out!

Well, today I sent back the final edit of Gemini and Silence Out Loud has gotten all the new scenes/revised lines that it needed for me to feel it was done. So it has been sent off to P.D. Fingers crossed on that, because I haven’t felt so strongly about a novel since… well, since Tilting. And you all should know how that turned out! <g>

Now all that is left is for me to get Tilting finished up and sent back to them (it really is almost done, I swear, I’m just going to put a few more bells and whistles in one or two scenes and then it’s good to go).

~deep breath~ It’s kind of fun juggling three novels. As long as I don’t have to do it longer than a week. <g> And if P.D. had sent me edits on World on Fire during this, I fear I may have dropped a ball or two. But it all worked out in the end!

~prepares to relax… slightly~