Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Wahoo Wednesday!

My online writers group, AuthorsIncognito, has some fun "themed" days - Monday Moans & Tuesday Toots. If you don't get it, on Mondays we get to complain about writers block, rejections, etc. On Tuesdays, we get to brag to our hearts content. It's actually rather fun, whether I'm the one posting or replying to another group member.

Well, since today is neither Monday nor Tuesday, I'm making up my own day - Wahoo Wednesday!

And it's definitely a Wahoo! kind of day. See this truck?



Yep, that's a genuine, certified USPS mail truck. But this truck is super special, cause it's carrying my Teaching Special Spirits manuscript from Kansas to my editor in Utah. Isn't that just awesome?

Now, everyone, all together now . . . 1 - 2 - 3 - Wahoo!!!

8 comments:

Jennifer said...

WAHOOOOOO! Good luck, Danyelle. This has to be an awesome feeling. I have tons of faith in your book and I can't wait to buy a copy. :)

Danyelle Ferguson said...

Jen - Thank you, thank you! I am really excited - and also really nervous too.

Amy said...

Wahoo!!!!!!!!! You've worked so hard on that book. It's great to see it on the way to your editor.

Danyelle Ferguson said...

Thanks, Amy! You're so awesome. I really appreciate your support.

Pink Ink said...

Hi Danyelle! That's great about your ms. Good for you! Around here the mail (post and email) is the most anticipated/dreaded thing around (I have been querying).

Danyelle Ferguson said...

Hi Jewel (Miss Pink Ink!) Thank you! And good luck with your queries. They are evil, but necessary, eh?

Heather B. Moore said...

Congrats for getting your ms off!!!

Danyelle Ferguson said...

Heather - Thank you! I've actually heard back from Lisa. She emailed to tell me she had the ms in her hands and was looking forward to reading it. Now it's time to cross all those fingers, thumbs, eyes, etc. :)

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