I have a question for you. I resubmitted a manuscript with revisions at the request of a large LDS publishing company. They've been in possession of it for eight weeks now and I haven't heard from them yet. When would it be appropriate (or is it?) for me to send them a courteous follow up email inquiring about the status of the novel? They got back to me very quickly the first time through (four weeks) with the request for some revisions, and now I'm a little nervous about the increased wait time. Would you share your opinion/experience on handling this situation?
While eight weeks is a lifetime for an author, it's the blink of an eye to a publisher. It's probably still in committee, or out to readers. I wouldn't worry about it. Give them another four weeks, then send a quick email.