Saturday, September 22, 2007

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I was challenged in 2005 to write a 50,000 word manuscript.
This is my fictional Novel.
It is a story of a woman who is a hospital clergy member with a mysterious journey into the passages of her faith.
It is still in the edit phase.
This took great courage to share with you.

I had to cover the flash to get the image sorry for the poor image quality.
My dear friend over at "Life in the midst of writing..." just published hers (we worked on them together) , and it is now available on Amazon. One day I will finish the edits on mine and follow her courageous example to publish.


Denise said...

That would be so wonderful to have it published my friend.

mellody is slurping life said...

*applause* Way to finish your novel. That is no small accomplishment. I'm thinking once you jump into those edits it'll be ready to publish before you know it. Have faith and confidence. :)

And thank you for your encouraging words at Slurping Life today.

.:mar said...

Good for you!!! congrats on your novel, finish the edits so you can publish it!! Excellent take on the theme.
Happy weekend :)

CRIZ LAI said...

All the best in your new book. I hope to see it up in the market soon. Have a pleasant weekend.

SabineM said...

Very good choice for the entry!
AND best of luck to publish it!
Let us know when you do!!! said...

I hope you can get it published!!
You had a good entry for Photo Hunt!!

Carver said...

That's quite an accomplishment. I'm glad that you shared this with us for the paper theme. Best of luck.

A. said...

Such an accomplishment! I have never been able to write so I do admire your effort. Great entry for the PhotoHunt.

mharia said...

wonderful achievement! way to go! great post for this week's theme. :)
thank you for visiting!
Blessings ...

pat said...

Wow - how wonderful of you to have written something. Best of luck with the edits.

Happy Weekend.

Mike Goad said...

Interesting sentence on the second picture. (check against my name)

Hope you're having a great weekend!

Jhoaniquing said...

wow great, you did well..goodluck with the edits and hopefully it will out the market soon..thanks for visiting me.happy wekend!

bengbeng said...

wish u all the best in yr writing career

jams o donnell said...

Wishing you every success with your novel. Happy weekend!

Amrita said...

Congratulations for your acomplishment...hope it gets published soon.

Rach said...

Wow that's a lot of work you've put into it, I think you should definitely get it published :-) happy weekend .

Sabine said...

Great entry - I love the idea...
Kudos for writing it - and GOOD LUCK!!

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