8 Responses to “I have that song in my head…”

  1. Jaci Burton November 29, 2007 at 11:31 AM #

    I sold to NY. I still write for you.

    *hand to forehead*

    Oh woe is me. How unappreciated I am


    And megacongrats to Lori! Awesome sale!!! :bdance:

  2. Lori G. Armstrong November 29, 2007 at 2:19 PM #

    Aw, thanks Angie 🙂 It is a cool video, huh? I have some very clever friends…And I’m beyond thrilled with the deal.

    umm…won’t have time to celebrate for too long because I do have a book to turn in, and I hear that freakin’ whip behind me.


  3. Shannon Stacey November 29, 2007 at 2:54 PM #

    You’ll still have me. Lucky you. :neenerghost:

    That WAS a wicked cool announcement. Congrats, Lori!!! :whoo:

  4. Lauren Dane November 29, 2007 at 3:05 PM #

    What fabulous news! (and dood, I just within the last week sent you a final and a new submission, sheesh)

  5. Tempest Knight November 29, 2007 at 3:19 PM #

    Nah… you’ll still have more victims to edit. Hehehe!

  6. Mechele Armstrong November 30, 2007 at 12:09 AM #

    Congrats Lori! Get writing *Grins*

    And I’m psyched. Because not only do I have books to look forward to coming out with the New York deal, I also have books to check out as I had no idea that Lori was Lorelei. I love her writing in the Julie Collins series so will have to check out the–what looks like–sexier side.

    I’m sure a few authors would gladly step forward to fill any slots you have open for your editing skills.

  7. Charlene Teglia November 30, 2007 at 2:50 AM #

    I, too, shall point to your inbox and give you the quivering lip. Sniff.

    Yay Lori!


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