It was good. That's all I'll say out here in public. I'll wait to talk about it until the dust settles a little and everyone gets a chance to read it.
Of course, now comes the usual "but now it's all over!" feeling I get at the end of such things - which means I'll no doubt read the whole series many, many times in the coming years.
I'm very tired. I went out to Potterfest last night and had a good time; spent a little more money than I expected, but bought more than just one book (an hour and a half in a bookstore? On payday? Yeah, I'm gonna walk outta there with just one book...). We were in the sixth group to get processed through the line, which meant we left there around one-ish. Not too bad. And didn't have to actually STAND in line more than maybe five minutes of all that time because of the way they were running things. But then I had to be up this morning for an online "How to Craft a Manuscript That Sells" seminar I'd signed up for - it was interesting, but I missed the beginning because I slept a little late. She didn't really tell me anything I didn't KNOW, but at least it makes me pay attention when I'm going through polishing the ol' manuscript.
By the time I get someone to actually publish my contemporary paranormal romance, set in 2003, it will be a historical paranormal romance...
Went to Costco and spent a little too much money there, too. Had to buy a case of Coke with Real Sugar. I just HAD to.
Made a lovely gorgonzola pasta sauce; used coconut cream for the base, with a mixture of cream cheese and mozzarella. Came out very nice.
Now I think I should sleep.