Oct 15, 2009

Things of Vast Proportion

Definition: vast
Pronunciation: \ˈvast\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin vastus; akin to Old High German wuosti empty, desolate, Old Irish fás
Date: 1585

: very great in size, amount, degree, intensity, or especially in extent or range
synonyms see enormous

— vast·ly adverb

— vast·ness \ˈvas(t)-nəs\ noun

There is always the big great vast vessel!

Or a vast amount of time
(although I'm more likely to witness a vast vessel before that!)

A Vast Mountain

Vast Wilderness

I think at this point we can all agree that vast is a LARGE amount! Right?!?!

So when I had a Publishing House told me they were vastly interested in reading my work ... I about fell in love with them!

I'm off to make some last minute revisions. Wish me luck!!!


Tabitha Bird said...

Oh good luck! I am vastly interested in hearing how that turns out. :)

CKHB said...

Ooooooooo! I'm vastly happy for you!

Kristen Torres-Toro said...


This is vastly awesome and I'm so happy for you!!!!

Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

Vastly good news!

I'm crossing my fingers for you....

Mystery Writing is Murder

CMOM Productions said...

It seems as though you have a vast amount of people hoping, pulling, & crossing fingers for you! If it helps, I'll even cross my eyes! Good luck MB!

Natalie said...

Congratulations! That's wonderful!

Tara said...

Three cheers! When I see the term vast I always think of the ocean.

ElanaJ said...

Congrats! I hope they offer you a vast amount of money for it. :)

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Foursons said...

OMG! Good luck and keep us updated!

Mesina said...

WOW!! Good luck!! Please keep us posted, this is like the worst suspense EVER! xxx