You may have noticed, it’s been over a week since I last wrote a real post—and if you didn’t notice, please don’t tell me. I’d like to keep the illusion that you’re all hanging on my every word. Anyway, I’ve been busy editing and revising An Illusion of Trust. The editing was no problem. Then… Continue reading Imminent book demise averted!
Tag: Writing and Editing
Step, step, step … the novel progresses
I need to make a list of the steps left to get my next novel ready to go. Otherwise, I’ll run helter-skelter and accomplish nothing. Writing the first draft was, of course, the first step. Editing and revision will be the next several steps. I think—hope—I learned a bit writing the first novel, so there won’t be… Continue reading Step, step, step … the novel progresses
Writing feedback, how much is enough?
Well, I guess this means I'm blogging again—more or less. I spent my time off thinking, and reading, and traveling. Now, I've returned to writing. Though, obviously, I didn't write a real blog post for today. I just have questions for you.
On being an accidental author
In case you tuned in late to this blog, maybe I should explain that I started it as a public journal of my adventures in writing. I often confess things a professional author should probably keep to herself. Lately, I’ve come to doubt my professionalism. Maybe I’m more an accidental author. I stumbled into writing The Brevity of
With a little help from my friends
My self-confidence in some aspects of writing never falters. But some tasks so overwhelm me, I’d rather scrub my shower with a toothbrush than tackle them. Query letter writing was one of those. The latest is composing the back cover blurb. First, I looked at my query letter and took a chunk out of that… Continue reading With a little help from my friends