Saturday, March 25, 2006


Hallelujah! I feel like doing the Snoopy dance because I have met my deadline. The Elevator, after much last-minute cutting and writing of the ending, is now in submission shape!

Oh, how I love it when a plan comes together!

The really good news is that I'm heading out Friday morning for Colorado Springs, where Nancy Rue and I will be teaching an intensive writer's conference over the weekend. Then home on Monday afternoon in time to refill the suitcase and head out Monday night for a week speaking to Christian schools in Atlanta. BUT--when I speak at schools, I usually have my evenings free, so I plan to take a last look at the manuscript and do a little "heightening" of key points and places. The polish and buffing, if you will.

How are you coming with the 90-Day-Bible-Reading Challenge? I'm actually feeling a little disappointed that it will be ending very soon. I've enjoyed it tremendously. But as soon as I return home, I'm starting to work on my doctorate in biblical studies, so I know I'll be reading through the Bible again . . . and again.

Blessings to you and yours!



Ruth said...

Congratulations, Angie!!

Suzanne said...

Congrats on getting it done! I can't wait to read it....when will it be available to the public?

Carrie said...

Hope your trips are both wonderful!

Ane Mulligan said...

How long are you in Atlanta? Our local ACFW meets Tuesday evening. We'd sure love to see you if you're here!!!

KristinedB said...

Hi Angie!
Should I continue to watch my mailbox for a copy of Magdalene? Or did the publisher decide not to send it to the Canadian addresses? Just wondering so I can order one at the bookstore if I'm not getting one in the mail.
Thanks, Kristine

Angela said...

THE ELEVATOR is scheduled for a Spring 2007 release, I think. I know . . . sounds like a long time, doesn't it?

Thanks, Ane, for the invitation, but my week next week is pretty much spoken for. After being in the schools all day, I have to polish the Elevator so I can hand it in Friday.

And Kristine, I'm not sure the publisher sent international copies, but I know the copies of Magdalene have gone out. I don't know what to tell you, because I suspect that international deliveries may take longer . . .