Sunday, May 16, 2010

Whew! That one's almost done....

Yep. That would be me. Seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.

Wait. Scratch that. I mean, IN the light at the end of the tunnel.

This one was a tough one. But I think it will be finished tomorrow. I'm brimming with glee at the prospect of zipping it off to New York.

A very tough one. The hero uses a wheelchair and it was so challenging for me--to try to get it right and still tell a good story. I hope I did okay.

In any case, I've done the best I can and now I will send it in. And move on to the next one.

I do love the writing process. No matter how challenging and tough a book might be, there's always that moment when I know it's as finished as it's gonna get right now. And it's time to send that baby on its way.

8 comments:

Becca J. Heath said...

Sounds interesting1 Looking forward to this one!
=)

Christine Rimmer said...

Hi Becca!

Yeah, this one was very tough for me. It will be interesting to see how readers react to it. Hope the weather is great where you are...

Becca J. Heath said...

It has been magic weatherwise actually.
=)
21 deg (celcius) and sunshiny. AND just sent off a requested full to special edition. So all is right with the world - means i can get stuck into some reading!

Christine Rimmer said...

Wow, good news on the requested full. Keep me posted on that. All body parts crossed you'll be getting the call!

Paz said...

Oh, I think you did better than okay. I know you did GREAT! ;-)

I like the idea of this hero in a wheelchair. Looking forward to reading his story.

Paz

Christine Rimmer said...

Paz! You always say just the right thing. Thank you. :)

Rachael Johns said...

Christine - thanks so much for popping by my blog! Sorry I took sooooooooooo long to reply. Your new book sounds really interesting.

I bought A Bride For Jerico Brave last time I was in Perth and can't WAIT to read it!!

Christine Rimmer said...

Rachael! Your blog is great. And I love the colors and graphics. I'll drop in again. And again. Just to see how it's all going.

And to read all about it when you get the call!