Yes, Between Darkness and Light: First of Her Kind is complete. Oh, sure, I could continue to pick at it like the remains of a roasted chicken, but at some point I just need to proclaim it ready to go, and send it on its merry way.
Merry, and scary, all in the same breath.
This is the moment I’ve been working for. Slaving over draft after draft, taking things from okay to (hopefully) awesome. Time to tweak the query letter, and start working down that list of agents I’ve formulated. Time to find BD&L a home.
And I’m eeking not only because it’s rather scary to send my baby off into the big wide world, but because I won’t have it to work on any more. It won’t consume my free hours and my writing time. I’ll get to work on other projects. Like a non-fiction project just in the early stages, and BD&L Book 2, and let’s not forget the much neglected and unnamed urban fantasy.
It’s downright weird.
I’m feeling. . . relieved? Lost? Sort of vague? <sigh>