I’ve been away for a long time, but I’ve been working this whole time. I am in the final weeks before launching my first book on Amazon, Ghosts of Black Bear Mountain. I had no idea it would take three years to complete this book, but I released myself from thinking about the timeline and… Read More I’m Published!
Since I’ve been devoting three hours per day to editing, my first round of my editor’s comments on my manuscript have gone much faster than anticipated. I had set aside two weeks, but I have finished them in four days. After going through his comments and suggestions, I see the difference in edits and rewrites.… Read More Issues with Foreshadowing
So I got my novel back from my developmental editor a month or two ago. Wow. It’s been that long? You know how it goes, you get wrapped up in this and that, and “this and that” are always so important. So these last few days I’ve been trying to work on this beast of… Read More Editing: Like I Know Anything
I have worked with one well-known editor and it didn’t go so well. Fine. Whatever, let’s move one. I did a fair amount of research and I found editor who is kind of a rising star in the fantasy/science fiction world. But wait, you write horror right? Yes, I write horror. Luckily, he is really… Read More New Editor: Round Two
It’s Halloween and my novel is mystery/horror thus the knife pic. I sent my manuscript off for my first round of professional editing. I paid my 50% deposit and today is the day he is supposed to start working on it. He said it would only take two weeks. I have to shake my head… Read More My Baby is Going Under the Red Pen