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Spent the day writing. What a pleasure. I re-wrote a couple of short stories that I've run through my writer's group. Their feedback is invaluable and my stories are much tighter, cleaner and better written for it.
I've also worked on my second novel, SPARED PARTS. It's coming along faster than I expected and I've already written eighty-three pages. I have the rest of the novel outlined and hopefully, it will move even faster.
I've targeted five more agents/publishers to send queries regarding my first novel, MAN OF THE HOUSE. I still have two full and two partial manuscripts out to agents, but I'm getting a little anxious about waiting any longer for their responses. I like to keep as many options as possible going in regard to getting representation.
It's been a busy and productive day for writing, I must be feeling better.