When I ‘extended’ the True Surrender story in late January, it meant that I now had to re-write (or, more precisely, ‘update’) the synopsis.
Which is definitely NOT my favorite type of writing!
So I might have put it off just a little.
But now the synopsis has been ‘done’ (again) and I’m reading it out loud to myself (sometimes that helps, sometimes it doesn’t), and I think … “what a great story this is!”
It’s very nice to read something after you’ve let it sit awhile, and realize that, by God, it’s quite good. It gives me warm fuzzies.
So why isn’t it in the hands of agents yet? The answer: it’s the damn synopsis. It’s so crucial and I’m so perfectionistic, and I think I’m just going to have to let it go. They’ll either like it or they won’t … right?