Friday, April 18, 2014

Works In Progress

Edits continue on the third Dead Land Book. I still don't have a title for it, but that will come. I typically edit by printing out 50-page sections and making corrections/notes in the margins. After I go through it on paper, I put the corrections in the computer. I recommend editing on paper, as it's too easy to miss things on the computer screen. After I do an edit, my proofreader reads it and gives me feedback.

I've also started a new novel. It's about a woman who survives a massacre in her home as a teen and has a psychic connection to one of the killers. That's all I'll say for now, but it's moving along nicely.


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