Category Archives: editing

Final Preparations, No Really

I hope to in one week be able to upload the final version of Built for Murder to Amazon, Apple Books, and Smashwords for pre-ordering sales. That is, give or take a day or two if everything works out. Still … Continue reading

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A Mystery on the Way

Am in the final stages of completing Built for Murder, my first novel length mystery. It’s the first of a planned trilogy around a young ex-Marine detective named Erich Rambles. He’s lives and works in Austin Texas, has a girlfriend … Continue reading

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ProWritingAid is Improving My Process

I’ve been busy lately on several improvement projects. The first project involved releasing revised versions of the Young Hieronymus series; The Huntress, A Lesson in Power, and Amaranthine Dreams. I wanted to do this for a couple of reasons, 1) … Continue reading

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A Week of Editing

This week I spent a lot of time learning to edit my work. I know, I should be concentrating on writing, adding more content in pursuit of my NaNoWriMo goal, and I have, just not as much as I should … Continue reading

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