My excerpt from their blog:
The morning of my conference call with Tyndale, I glanced over at the coffee table and panicked. Bolting to my feet, I stuffed a burp rag and a pacifier into a drawer – almost knocking my water bottle over in the process – sat back down and started doing breathing exercises.
Did I mention this was a conference call, not a Skype interview?
Dialing the extension Tyndale had provided, I listened to elevator music until Karen Watson, the associate publisher of fiction, picked up, followed by my agent, Wes Yoder. They briefly chatted like old friends. Karen introduced herself and her senior acquisitions editor, Stephanie Broene. As I listened to Karen’s warm, familiar drawl (she was raised in Tennessee, where I live now), the knot in my chest began to loosen.
Forty minutes later, I hung up the phone and felt as euphoric as I had after giving birth twelve weeks earlier. No contracts were signed and no promises made, but I had a feeling that my other “baby” had found a home, too.
I was right.
Now, please follow me over to The Tyndale Blog, so we can keep chattin’!