Friday, February 1, 2013

Happy Dance Announcement! READ!

I finished writing Ring On Her Finger!!! Happy Dance time!

And it only took me three months!!! (Compared to the three + years I've been writing and editing Fallen Angel. There's such a learning curve with the first one!)

Thanks to NanoWriMo! And she sits at about 85,000 words so I won't have to do much chopping like I have with Fallen Angel which I'm still cutting down to get it to a publishable length!

I hope with editing and beta reading to have it ready to go for querying in June. That now makes two completed novels under my belt.

So take a moment to read the blurb for Ring On Her Finger below and then do a happy dance for me/with me! And then leave me a note to share something you've accomplished this week (even if it was just scrubbing the toilet!).

It's been a great week in Las Vegas celebrating college graduation with her friends for Amanda St.Claire. But when she wakes up on the last morning with a terrible hangover she realizes she's also made a horrible mistake. She accidentally married rich playboy Blake Worthington, the one guy she cannot stand and has loathed the past four years. Amanda convinces Blake to get the marriage legally terminated and goes home as if it never happened, But when Blake gets thrown out of his family and shows up on her doorstep Amanda must admit her mistake to her family. Thrown together for better or worse until the legalities are cleared Amanda must play along until she can escape to her new job as a nurse in Africa. The danger is she just may do the one thing she thought she never would...fall in love with Blake Worthington!





9 comments:

  1. Three months. You are a writing beast. Way to go and congrats.

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  2. Congratulations! What an amazing accomplishment.

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  3. Huge news! I so wish I was close to celebrate with you and laugh and tell you how awesome you are! Three months?! Those are some fast fingers and sassy muses you've got there!

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  4. Oh, congratulations! And I also love that the learning curve is faster. All that time editing was really training for the next book. lol

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  5. Fantastic! Love the story line too :)

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  6. Congrats, Lisa! That's always a great feeling!

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  7. Huge accomplishment! Congrats. You deserve to Happy Dance. The book sound interesting and fun. Good luck.

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