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Fall in One Day

And... done. The first draft anyway. I finished my first draft of my new novel, Fall in One Day. I am going to keep my head down, and into revision mode, for the next few months. My hope is to have something ready for submission this fall.

I don't feel elated, as I kind of expected - only that I need to work hard to make this the best book I can. Maybe the workmanlike attitude is best when trying to crack into the ever shrinking publishing world.

I won't be posting excerpts here at the blog - but I will, of course, post updates. Is the industry ready for a LSD + Watergate + growing up in the 70's book... why, yes, I hope it is.

Wish me luck.

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