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VIRTUALLY HERS came out Oct. 2009. Get it at SAMHAIN Publishing. VIRTUALLY ONE coming soon.
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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Wet Rainy Day News

Some good news! A small publisher wants to read a copy of Virtually His and then take a look at Virtually Hers. It's a good publisher and hopefully, the editor will like my writing.

The other piece of good news is that Big Bad Wolf's sales was really good this week so far! As of this morning, with orders from Australia, the number of BBW sold in one month and four days is...190 books. Yay! Thank you, readers and friends, for spreading the word. I think getting BBW out while many readers are looking for Virtually Hers online helped.

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Let me add another little factoid for my five-storey ladder experience. It started raining today. Climbing down while it's sprinkling harder every step, with the wind getting from pleasant to suddenly gusty, as Florida winds tend to do, is a slippery experience. I had difficulty getting my grip and I also had to be careful with the narrow wet steel rungs. Dirty rubber shoes caked with asphalt dust suddenly turn into this hardened black slicky grime that get stuck on the railings. Can you imagine being the last one down and encountering everyone else's leftover shoe-grime? Ugh.

Then we weren't allowed to walk through the covered verandah of the building because that would mark up the pretty floors, so we had to track on this wet path through the back and around the bushes that grew near the pool. With our dripping melty tar grimed faces, hunched over with our load of tools, and our helmets all lobsided, we looked like a sorry bunch of sand zombies. I think we frightened one or two timesharers/owners coming back from the beach. ;-P

This was my last day for this particular job since we were done taking off all the metal panels that face outwards on the mansett of the building. Remember one of my last roofs where I was explaining about taking off shingles while hanging upside down the side of a barn? Well, this is a similar thing, except that it's MUCH higher and these are metal panels that can turn into deadly frisbees if you let the wind catch them.

There, all this info for you writers ;-).

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I came home earlier and took a much needed shower. This evening I'll be taking one of my old lady mutant poms to the vet because she has breast cancer. Prayers and good thoughts would be much appreciated. I've known this for a while, am prepared for one of those sad times one must go through as a furbaby owner, but right now, I'm hoping she can still undergo surgery. I can safely say that I'll climb tall buildings for my furbaby's health bills!

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

happy new year

Joy said...

Hey, that's good news about the book(s)! I know she'll love them! We all love your writing, Jenn!

Sending you good thoughts about your furbaby.

Lisa W. said...

Congrats on book sales and on the publisher having a look-see at VHis and VHers! That's awesome. Psst.. let them know how desprate we are to have the next book! ;-)

Many prayers and good wishes to your fur baby Jenn. I'm so sorry. I know that's hard.

Gennita said...

Thanks Anonymous and Joy for the good wishes.

Lisa W.,
Yes, it'd be great if VHers and VOne get pick up because this publisher, although small, does distribute to Target and send books out to be reviewed, for example to RT Magazine. That's important to me right now--distribution.

Gennita said...

Oh, btw, Lisa W., I'm sure your roofer husband can swing his ass down a ladder just fine ;-). These roofers are soooo shy. Ha.

Marisa said...

How's the furbaby, Jenn?

Mo said...

OMG! I miss reading your blog for 1 day and what do I miss?! That is the most awesomest news evah, well to date anyway! :)

Anonymous said...

I'm crossing my fingers that the editor will love Virtually His and pick up the rest of the books! I want to read MORE JED. And anything Gennita Low. January is a good month, Jenn!

--Charlotte

vanessa jaye said...

Hope the new was encouraging for your furbaby, Genn. ((hugs))

And congrats on the sales!

Frances said...

Best wishes Jenna, and hope that your furbaby is doing well.

Frances Drake

Writing Science Fiction Romance
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http://frances-writes.blogspot.com/

Gennita said...

Furbaby update: Still waiting for blood work results to see whether she can have the surgery. It's difficult because she has other issues.

Thanks for keeping her in your thoughts, friends!

kiaduran said...

Haven't visited for a bit. Good news about the books, but sad news about your furbaby. Hope things go well.

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