Monthly Archives: September 2012

But the real question is … does it hang together?

That, in many ways, is the most important part of this “second” edit.  Because it’s being read aloud to me, I can actually make very fast progress through the story.  Besides catching places where I have unintentionally dropped words (for … Continue reading

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Editing by Listening

After a week, I’m actually finished listening and editing chapter 5 (and everything before it, of course).  I try not to do more than one chapter per day, because that’s a lot to pay attention to and a lot of … Continue reading

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Thank You for the Quotes!

When someone reads one of my books and likes them, I ask if they would be willing to share a positive quote about the book, something I can put on the splash page of the website.  We are such a … Continue reading

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So … what comes next? Naming Chapters!

Originally, The Rescue didn’t have chapter names – that was a request from my dear wife.  So, I was faced with the task I had intentionally avoided – trying to distill twenty or more pages down to some specific few words. … Continue reading

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The Fallen is done… and now the real work begins!

It took from roughly from March 1st to September 1st to get The Fallen done from beginning to end.  Using the word “done” is also a little strong given how much work is ahead of me getting this work ready to … Continue reading

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