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 homeContinue reading “Make Room for More Mutt Mysteries”
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A Good Editor is Hard to Find
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”
Can Writers be Genre Stereotyped?
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?”