Alright, so I have some good news for anyone who has been trying to access the archives or move between blog posts from the past month... I spent a good portion of the day working on the website, and everything is up to date now!
There was a digital copy of the book that I could download and review, and that looked really good; I'd definitely put that book up for sale if I knew for sure that it would look just like that. But for some reason, I just can't bring myself to trust the digital proof 100%, so I decided to get the physical copy to ensure that everything looks alright. Unfortunately though, getting the physical book in my hand takes way longer than looking at something on the computer.
I don't know about everyone else, but it makes me absolutely insane when I'm tracking a package. Last night, the package had reached a city about three hours away from me. I thought that the package would be delivered today then, because honestly, how long does it take to drive three hours? Three hours! I mean, obviously I knew that there would probably be other stops in between, but still, it should have been here today. Then this morning, a little after 8:00, the package had been delivered to my local post office. The book was sitting at the post office just down the road from me, and I still don't have it in my possession! I wished so much that I could have just gone to the post office myself to pick it up, but unfortunately you're not allowed to do that. You have to wait for it to come to you. So I have no idea what the post office has been doing with my book for fifteen hours, but apparently they're going to deliver it tomorrow instead. At least, they better be delivering it tomorrow. I can't take another whole day of waiting!
Once I get the book and I can check it over, I'm hoping everything will be perfect and I'll be able to go right online and put the book up for sale. I cannot wait to get my book into the hands of excited children and their families. I can't wait to be able to read the book to my own family as well! I promised my little sisters that as soon as I had the book finished, I would read them the story so that they could see what all of the pictures were for, and I can't wait to find out what they think of the story!
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