There is no doubt these have been difficult weeks (and months!) for all of us, and time feels a bit like it's standing still. What day is it again? 😉 Anyway, like so many others, I've been searching for some positives. As an author, the first thing that comes to mind is that being home … Continue reading Make Room for More Mutt Mysteries
Writing is great fun. Editing is not. While I don't mind re-writing some pages, the multiple revisions often necessary to get it right can sometimes take longer than the process of writing the original draft. As I mentioned in an earlier post (Your Manuscript and the Home Edit), those long and slow revisions are necessary. … Continue reading A Good Editor is Hard to Find
I recently read the book, ONE SUMMER, by David Baldacci. Now, there are many reasons to admire and like Mr. Baldacci. Of course, he is a first class thriller writer and I have enjoyed his work since the stunning book, ABSOLUTE POWER. I also liked the CAMEL CLUB series and the Sean King/Michelle Maxwell books. … Continue reading Can Writers be Genre Stereotyped?