"I will be forever indebted to your blog, and to Colin's "Treasure Chest" - boy, when you need that thing, you really need it!"--author with offer in hand
Enjoy your querybreak!
Best wishes for a lovely holiday break, Janet.Brenda B. in Maine
Have a very happy holiday!
Enjoy your break, I look forward to seeing more query fun in 2011 :)
OK, I have to ask. If you are not going to read queries, what are you going to do on 12/25? Or for that matter at 11:55P on 12/31?
You're starving the query shark for Christmas?!At least feed it lots of wrapping paper, the poor thing.
[sarcasm]Damn it. Just as I was sure I'd finally finish my book that week and be prepared to send out a query. Now I have to wait an extra ten days.[/sarcasm]Seriously, have a very wonderful Christmas and New Years. May your stocking be filled to overflowing with wonderful words, perspicacious prose, sublime sentences, and alluring alliteration... Everything, I'm quite sure, a literary agent wants from Santa.
Not starving, silly. QS is getting the chompers sharpened for the new year!
Thanks for an interesting and informative blog year.I hope you get a chance to read something just for fun. Happy Holidays.
Have a very Merry Christmas, or as they say in New York, "Jesus Christ. Don't eat those. They tell the tourists they're chestnuts. It doesn't even look like a chestnut. It looks like some sad damn empanada. Look, the boss got four Dean & DeLuca's this year, and she'll never miss one. You like Rugelach? Rugelach. Roo. Guh. It's like a cinnamon roll. No. It's not Italian. How about Blondies and Brownies. You can have the Blondies. It's like a brownie, but it's. Why do you care? You were about get a bag of chestnuts that look like someting out of Survivor."Be good, toothsome.
Post a Comment