Well, the colonscopy went very well. I have a normal colon, complete with pictures. The preparation for the colonscopy is something I am glad I will not have to repeat for ten years, by which time, I suspect that procedure will not be something I'll ever need to bother with again.
Got in some good work on Saturday. I'm now to ch 16 and for the first time ideas are starting to flow. Today I had to work on a Marketing and Publicity Questionnaire for the Bethany House M&P Department to use in selling my book.
I've had to trust the Lord to guide me on this. As may be obvious to consistent readers of this blog and my books, concise and pithy summations are not my forte. Here are some of the questions:
1. Why did you write this book?
2. How did you develop the initial story idea/plot line for this book?
3. Did you encounter any interesting challenges while writing/researching for this book? Please explain if so.
4. Did the book involve special research? Please explain if so.
5. What is the underlying theme/message of the book? Is this what you set out to write?
6. What is the take-away message you want readers to receive after reading your book?
7. Almost every author puts a little of themselves into their stories—what did you put of yourself into this one? (personality traits, life events/jobs, settings, characters based on people you know, likes/dislikes, etc.)
There are twenty of them in all. As I was pasting them in here, I thought... hmmm. Maybe my blog readers would also be interested in the answers I gave. Perhaps I should use these as blog posts...
I'll have to think about that. I already have my post for tomorrow written, however, so it won't be till after that.