Jennifer Lyon


Monday, October 18th, 2010
Winners of Eternal Hunger!

The two (randomly chosen) winners of Laura Wright’s Eternal Hunger are:

Comment #5  SILVER JAMES

Comment # 24 Linda Sienkiewicz

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My weekend was pretty quiet. I did finally read THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins. I liked it and see why the series is so popular! How was your weekend?

11 comments to “Winners of Eternal Hunger!”

  1. B.E. Sanderson
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 6:50 am · Link

    Congrats to the winners. =oD

    The weekend was quiet here, too. I think. It’s sort of a blur. After a couple of super-quick rejections, I rewrote the query letter for the bazillionth time. I think I hit it this time. Wish me luck. Oh, now I remember why the weekend zipped by. I built an agent database, too. No wonder my brain is mush.



  2. Jen Lyon
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 9:49 am · Link

    B.E. sorry about the rejections :-( But man, you are FAST and so productive! Rewriting the query and building a database over the weekend? I feel like such a slacker!



  3. chris
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 10:50 am · Link

    A very quiet and rainny weekend. Had the chance to read 2 books.by Gena Showalter. Enjoyed both thoroghly. Congrats to the lovely winners. :-P



  4. Jen Lyon
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 12:26 pm · Link

    Hi Chris, rain is the perfect setting for reading! I need to get caught up on Gena’s books :-)



  5. Silver James
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 12:43 pm · Link

    Holy moley! Yay! I can’t wait to read this book!!!! I owe you an email anyway. :D

    Weekend? There was a weekend? I had RWA chapter meeting Saturday. One of our members is a professor of dance at a local university and she belly dances for fun. It was a great presentation! I also wrote SIX synopses! Two were full-fledged, the other four were short blurbs. But the submission went out in the mail this morning so I met my self-imposed deadline! Now to sit and wait. I have five more submissions but they’re by email so I’m going to space them out this week around cleaning my office and catching up on other domestic duties I let slide. I need a house witch to come clean for me!



  6. B.E. Sanderson
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 1:52 pm · Link

    It’s either work or lay on the couch watching reruns while I crochet and feeling guilty the whole time. Guilt is a horrible motivator. Funny thing is, I don’t feel like I accomplished anything because I’m still not writing new words. Bleh.

    Way to go, Silver. Six synopses? You go girl.



  7. Silver James
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 2:23 pm · Link

    B.E., SIX! For books that haven’t even been written and just barely been plotted. This is absolute torture for a pantser! *whimper* But it’s done. Hopefully, the agent will like and I’ll have good news at some point in the future.



  8. Jen Lyon
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 3:06 pm · Link

    Silver, is that humanly possible? Man you are all making me look like a slacker! 6 synopsis in a weekend is an amazing accomplishment!

    Congrats on getting the submission out! I’m hear you on the waiting, I’m in the same boat with you on that :-) But you really did an incredible amount of work on this submission. I’m proud of you!



  9. Jen Lyon
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 3:07 pm · Link

    B.E., I recognize that guilt motivator very well! LOL! But you should feel like you accomplished a lot! Rewriting the query and building a data base is WORK!



  10. Silver James
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 4:17 pm · Link

    Jen, I spent about a month coming up with some plot ideas and then worked on characters and such. But, dang! Trying to fill up 5 pages when the gist is: This werewolf goes after a drug dealer and he ends up stranded in the desert with a girl CSI and they’re chased by a bad-nasty thing. We’ll see how well I actually did. LOL

    B.E., Jen’s right. Tell guilt to take a hike. We have to remember to let our brains (and imaginations!) relax so new thoughts will form. At least that’s what Iffy tells me. That and chocolate. ;)



  11. B.E. Sanderson
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      · October 18th, 2010 at 5:57 pm · Link

    Thanks you gals are awesome. I did the chocolate – whipped frosting, mmmm – but the guilt will take time. Maybe more frosting will help. ;o)







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