Corrospondence w/ an Editor fm Viking

This is very exciting. I’m sending Franklin off to an editor at Viking, an editor that remembered me, and has one of my illustrations posted on her bulletin board!!!!! This is a very good sign. Cross your fingers and wish me luck!

From: Cindy Ann Ganaden CiNdY MeDiA .com
Sent: 3/1/2005 4:29:39 PM
To: xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: RE: Book Proposal: Franklin Meriwether Knox

Thanks Xxxxxx!

I’m flattered that you still have my doggie posted up on your bulletin board. I’ll send you the story and dummy book for Franklin tomorrow, so you should receive it by early next week. If for some reason you do not receive the package please let me know and I will be more then happy to resend another one.

Thanks Again,

-Cindy Ann

—– Original Message —–
From: xxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: 3/1/2005 4:05:08 PM
Subject: RE: Book Proposal: Franklin Meriwether Knox

> Hi Cindy Ann,
> Your little doggie is up on my bulletin board, so I definitely remember our
> mtg!
> I’d be happy to take a look at the story and book dummy. My address is:
> Viking Children’s Books 345 Hudson Street New York, NY 10014
> I’ll keep an eye out for it!
> all best,
> xxxxxx
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Cindy Ann Ganaden CiNdY MeDiA .com
> Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2005 2:08 PM
> To: xxxxxxxx
> Subject: Book Proposal: Franklin Meriwether Knox
> Hi xxxxx,
> It has been a while since we last corresponded. I met you about a year ago
> in your office and showed you my illustration portfolio. I’m the woman that
> did the image of a doggie wearing a party hat.
> Well…I’ve just finished working on a story about that same exact doggie.
> He now has a name. It’s Franklin Meriwether Knox. In the story Franklin
> likes to play and gets into trouble for breaking a family heirloom. He
> decides that the best thing to do is to run away. He runs away on an
> imaginary adventure around the world, which consist of a one block radius
> around his house. Franklin visits France – which is really the local French
> Laundromat, Italy – an Italian bike shop, and Fiji, Egypt, and Morocco -
> which are all part of a miniature golf course. With every place that
> Franklin visits he gets a sinking feeling that “it’s just not the same, it’s
> nothing like home.”
> I would love to have to have the opportunity to submit this story to you for
> consideration. May I send you the dummy and manuscript for Franklin
> Meriwether Knox? Should you be interested in publishing this as a book, I
> would look forward to working with you and your editorial staff on any
> necessary revisions that may be required.
> Thank you for your time and attention. I look forward to hearing from you
> soon.
> Best,
> Cindy Ann

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