Good Morning.  I can still say that now, but will I be done with this entry before it’s afternoon?  Doubtful.  Oh well!  As you know I recently attended the Blue Ridge Christian Writers Conference at Ridgecrest in NC.  It was awesome.  I learned so much my brain was swimming.  It still is!  I told my husband the first night that I needed to hook my brain to an external hard drive and down load everything I had learned so there would be room for more.  I also told him he would have to be my external hard drive but he said he wouldn’t remember it all. 🙂  Thank goodness for notes!

I didn’t find an editor dying to buy my second book but I was kind of glad.  What?  Did she just say that?  Yes, indeed!  I learned so much about revising and writing that I am just itching to get back into my book and make it better.  I also began to realize a plot issue at the end which was verified after I talked to my friend, Dana who just read it to her class.  So. . . I’ll be rewriting the end. 🙂  I did learn some valuable information that should help when I get it ready to go.

There are so many things I want to share with you.  One thing I learned is that a blogger should blog at least three times a week.  So, this isn’t a promise but it is certainly a notice.  I will be making every attempt to blog at least three times a week.  Let me know if you enjoy the blogs, if you have any suggestions, etc.

Finally!  Upon returning home I found something in my mail that just excited me beyond belief.  It was the certificate for the copyright on my book.  WOW!  That was an awesome way to start the post-conference time.  It’s already framed and ready to go on the wall.

So, for more updates about what I learned at the conference stay tuned!  Until next time, Good AFTERNOON!

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