Okay, I'm getting closer to the finish line... it looks to me like my revision of the historical novel will be done by the end of the day tomorrow. The part I'm doing now is actually kind of fun -- I'm rereading the entire manuscript and seeing how it sounds. Mostly, I'm liking it. The ending is going to need some tweaking, but I think that'll be tomorrow's work.
Okay then, back to my manuscript. I'll report in again tomorr-y. Oh guess what? Four of my students have letters to the editor published in today's Gazette! (This was an assignment I gave in my Journalism class and I promised that if a student's letter was published, I'd give him or her a one per cent bonus grade). The students' names are: Alexander Hague, Adriana Mogosanu, Rohan Rakheja and Iaroslav Timofeev. Way to go, guys! Check out their letters on page A20 of today's Gazette! Or go to montrealgazette.com and scroll down to "Letters to the Editor."
It's nice to hear your review of your manuscript is going well -- you'll definitely meet your Valentine's Day deadline!! And I'm looking forward to reading it next year... it sounds like a touching story. Also, what stage is the George River story now in?
Off to checking out those Letters to the Editor...