Editor’s revision letter has now joined Agent’s revision comments and I am vanishing into the depths of Crown to work on the first level of revision, the deep structural, or foundation…and then the connection between that and the top level (some rooms, as mentioned before, are being added to the whole)…and then the top or finish level. In other words, I will be scarce in this space, so if something comes up you think I should notice and Deal With (let’s hope nothing does), please use the mail link on my website. Play friendly.
Meanwhile I made it to the city today to sign shelf stock at a B&N, as well as fill out forms in advance of a doctor’s visit Thursday, buy a pair of jeans, and have lunch with my webguru. Clerk said the hardcover had been selling steadily there, and they had a row of mm paperbacks, plus the Deed trade paperback, so I was a happy camper (the store’s off my usual route and takes some tricky turns to get to, so having books there to sign was a nice reward.)
If any of you in Oregon happen to attend the Oregon Bach Festival concerts, our choir director (who got us through the Mozart Mass in C-minor despite all difficulties including the Flower Lady) will be singing with the festival chorus. Dunno if he’s got a solo this year or not, but if you happen to see “David Stevens” on the program notes–that’s the one.
Also if any of you are coming to WorldCon in San Antonio, let me know–we should try to get together.
(And now, in the still of the night, the author–with her wet hair wrapped in a red towel–once more addresses the revision file for Crown and tries to get some more work done…)