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The Call

So last week, I got “the call”. The ones that all writers fantasize about.

My agent, Sandy Lu, called me on my cell phone to say that Kensington Books wanted to publish my novel! They were making an offer. A 3-book deal, to be specific (yes…we are most firmly in dream territory now…) Then, briefly, back to earth: it’s for e-book originals, to start. If all goes well, they may decide to print the books. As she kept talking, I zoomed back to the outer stratosphere: first book set to be published in Spring 2013!

My reaction…how do you spell: HAPPY DANCE??!!

For visual types, this is how I felt:

And so the story begins…

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Kim Foster writes YA and adult books about thieves, spies, and assassins. (Read More)

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