I'm a professional insomniac and hopeful writer. I write a lot. I sleep a little. Some of my books are exercises in creative writing and exorcising the demon words that keep me awake. Others--I'll try to get published so I won't feel so guilty about writing instead of cleaning.
I'm a mother to quirky children, wife to an uber geek, and my life is full of crazy. If you have questions or comments about B or T, OCD, or Autism, just ask or email me.
Otherwise this is my life as a writer and a struggling insomniac... wait. Scratch that... reverse it.
HEY! Peeps! This is going to become my personal blog and my writing/author blog will be on my website here: http://wendysparrow.com/
I'll be cross-posting initially but may switch over to keeping them separate.
So, I'm getting ready to work on some queries for "hardcopy" only agents. I've got a good feeling about some agents... which is why I'm doing it. In general, I don't like hardcopy stuff... because then I'm forced to lurk by the mailbox waiting to be rejected. Also, I have to go to the post office. Some of you may remember one of my stranger "phobias" is of the post office. It's ridiculous, but much of my life is... so quit being so judgmental.
So, has anyone else had a really good experience with hardcopy querying versus e-querying that will cheer me up?
I have to move on to writing a synopsis now. Yep... the day just gets better.