Writing on a Rainy Sunday Morning

I love rainy days when I can write and edit and rewrite to my heart’s content. Today was one such day.

I worked a bit more on tuning my first Mad Max novel, after a wee bit more feedback from one on my best friends. Otherwise, I probably wouldn’t have changed anything. Besides Mad Max 2 awaits in complete first draft.

Yesterday, four women writers took off on our boat for an afternoon of wine, writing, talking about plot and characters, and other mischief on Smith Mountain Lake. We had hoped for three more, but Sally Roseveare was doing her first book signing for Secrets of Sweetwater Cover, Becky Mushko was over at the Hanover Bookfest, and Claudia Condiff was coughing and hacking and didn’t feel at all well.

We had a perfect day of relaxing on and in the water before heading home for a barbeque with our husbands. And then the rains came. And came. And came. Oh well, I was already wet. . . .

So with yesterday’s inspiration and today’s rain to help, I tackled my query letter. And thanks to Sue Coryell, a fellow Lake Writer and YA novelist, I sent her the latest version for improvement.

August is query letter month. No but firsts.

4 thoughts on “Writing on a Rainy Sunday Morning

  1. I really wanted to be with you writer gals, but the book signing at The General Store was fun and I sold lots of books. Jim Morrison, Bob VandeLinde, and Curtis Nester signed with me. Met lots of nice folks, too.

    And, like you, we had a terrific thunderstorm at our house that evening.


  2. You had rain yesterday? We had humidity and light rain. But I yesterday evening, I heard a lot of thunder and saw dark clouds in your direction. Today's rain was so light that it didn't soak in much.

    Congrats on getting some writing done.


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