Monday, November 30, 2009

Last Day of NaNo!

Sheesh, where did the month go? I've informed the SU I will be glued to the desk chair as much as possible, in order to finish Class Reunion. As previously stated, I can see the ending, but now I just have to write it:)

Green-Eyed Monster or Do I Have A Legit Complaint?
Watched yesteday's CBS Sunday Morning this morning (on the DVR) and am now suffering slight professional jealousy. Why? They interviewed Stephanie Meyers.

She wrote Twilight in three months, stemming from a dream she'd had. That's all fine and dandy; we've all done that.

But she only received nine rejections, a couple of no responses, and finally a letter from an assistant wanting to know more.

Everyone who's with me in the slush pile....can I get a collective 'No Fair!' mini-tantrum? Thanks.

We Interrupt This Blog To Bring You a Special Report...
Got word around NOON: Kenzie's been offered a contract for Teacher's Pet!!!!!

Here's the blurb:
What happens when you discover the man you had mind-blowing sex with three months ago is none other than your son's teacher? Tammy Saunders is horrified when she realizes the man who set her heart racing is her son's favorite teacher. With one bad relationship behind her, will she trust her heart again, or will she continue to deny her feminine side?

And is this particular teacher only popular with his students? Kevin Taylor has made some bad choices in his life, but sleeping with not only one, but now two of his students' mothers has got to be the worst mistake he's ever made. Especially after he realizes he's lost his heart to one of them.

Sound promising? I'll keep you posted on covers, release dates, etc,

Okay; time to get busy and finish Class Reunion!

6 comments:

Carol said...

Congratulations, Kenzie!!!

Molly Daniels said...

Thanks Carol:) I'm pretty psyched by it! Early Christmas/birthday present:)

Linda Kage said...

Oh, wow, that sounds VERY promising. Way to go, Kenzie/Molly! Congrats. And I think we all have the right to be jealous of Stephenie Meyer. I mean, come on, only NINE rejections?? Definitely not fair. Then again, she did write a pretty amazing series. Sigh.

Cindy Spencer Pape said...

Congrats on the contract and GRRRR on the other. Nope, some people have all the luck!

Anny Cook said...

Congratulations!

barbara huffert said...

Yay for Kenzie!!!