Marissa Lingen (mrissa) wrote,
Marissa Lingen
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The Mark of the Sea Serpent

Done! Or at least rough drafted!

Oddly, the last sentence I wrote -- I write out of chronological order -- was "It's almost over."

YAY!

It has been way too long since I finished a book. timprov was up to congratulate me.

Now I will collect kisses from the sleeping markgritter, give the sleeping missista a tummy rub, see about a walk with timprov, and figure out what we're going to do for a small celebration. Then I will take a writing break for a day or two, and then I will do a quick read-through, and then I will let first-readers at it.

And I will try to wait at least five seconds before starting to mull over what to write next, after I'm done with this pass of revisions on it and Sampo.

Boooook!
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