I just sent my manuscript to my proofreader. I’ve no idea how extensive her changes will be, but I’m guessing it’ll take me at least a couple weeks to go through them. Once I get my book back from the proofreader, I’m going to put the … Continue reading Launching in August
I’ve just now sent my line editor about 2K words for a re-edit. On June 5th I will submit the “final” manuscript to my proofreader.
I’m assuming it’ll take her about a month to make her edits.
I’ve no idea how long it will take me to go through all of her changes. Probably anywhere from two weeks to a month.
Realistically, I’m guessing the book will launch in August.
All righty…back to writing BK2!
When I think of the Norse god Tyr, I can’t help but also think of Benedict, the brother of Corwin of Amber.* When Benedict first appears in The Guns of Avalon, Corwin describes him thusly: I fear Benedict…He is the Master of Arms for Amber. Can … Continue reading Shed a Tyr for Loki
I gave Vidar’s BK2 plotline to Frigg. All of it. It was, dare I say it, inspired. And it only took ~7 months. One major problem I had in BK2 was how much travel I was forcing Vidar (and others) into. Most of it was necessary … Continue reading No, no. You do this, instead.
Last week I tentatively reserved January 2018 for the first developmental edit of BK2. I’m using the same editor as I did for my line edit. I like her, I trust her and we have a good working relationship. Currently, I’m planning two rounds of … Continue reading BK2
I can’t bring people back from the dead. It’s not a pretty picture, I DON’T LIKE DOING IT! – The Genie, Disney’s Aladdin, voiced by the incomparable Robin Williams One of my big worldbuilding challenges was reconciling the multiple “realms of the dead” in Norse myth: … Continue reading Rule Number Three
After about six weeks of revision, I sent my book to my second editor this past Monday. Finally. Six weeks sounds impressive, but it was probably about 70 hours of work. Ish. I’m not really sure. Lot of other stuff going on. And, of course, … Continue reading Finally, almost done.