Posts Categorized: Editing

Five Magic Spindles

The day many have been waiting for with baited breath is finally here, and Rooglewood Press has announced the winners of the Five Magic Spindles contest! They also graciously listed the five runners-up in the contest, which is very cool. To the winners: a hearty congratulations! Bask in this moment, wrap it around yourself like… Read more »

Beautiful People 2016 Writerly Goals

 Beautiful People is a link-up hosted by Sky and Cait. Each month they post a list of ten questions to help writers get to know their characters better. I’ve seen their posts around the interwebs a lot, and always want to participate, but haven’t gotten around to it. But that all changes…. today! (Which is good, because… Read more »

King’s Warrior Revised Edition

Hello dear Reader, I hope you had a lovely weekend. I have some very exciting news to share with you today! When I first published King’s Warrior, I used a slightly different process than the one I use today to get the story through its editing stages. I was content with it back in 2011, but through… Read more »

Receiving Editor’s Notes: Stage O

I realized yesterday that my writing posts several days before they go live can come back and bite me a bit if I’m not careful. I HAVE emerged from the haze of editing! Huzzah! Of course, the morning (midnight) after I turned in Stone Curse, my 6 year old started throwing up, and then a… Read more »