I've now just finished editing The Freezing Fog... at last!! And now's the time to work on a synopsis! I'm new to the synopsis and query letters, so if anyone here has any advice to give me, I would greatly appreciate it.
I'm so excited to have really, finally finished this book
I've been working on it for a year and 3 months, and to think I can get started on the second one... gaaah I'm so excited! (don't mind me
) Also to start building a proposal package and contacting agents!
Looks like I'll be sticking with Mallady and Lars for a while.
On another note.... season 4 of Game of Thrones has started up.
That first episode was AWESOME. JUST AWESOME.
...with the Hound giving some of the best lines I've ever heard.
But really, everyone's acting was wonderful, the scenes were great--can't wait for next week!
And Drogon, Viserys, and Rhaegal are getting so big! Dany should watch out.
Does anyone else here watch Game of Thrones?
I will do single portraits/head-shots of people, creatures, or animals for either one of the following:
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A full-year Deviant Art premium membership given to me,
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A reference photo is required for me to draw from. All works will be digital, with simple/no backgrounds, and can be in either color or black and white. The definition of a head shot is strictly the head and neck; with a person's portrait I will draw all the way to the tops of their shoulders.
Payment can be given in full at the start of the commission, or if you prefer you can send me half of it at first and half of it when the picture is finished. You may also wait to send full payment until I'm halfway done with the picture, in which I'll send you a progress shot of it so you may see that I am committed to working on it before you pay.
Payments are final, there are no refunds. If you decide to pay me half in the beginning and then, before I am finished with the picture, decide you don't want it anymore, then you do not have to pay me the rest.
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