Funny how when a holiday intervenes, and a bit of midsummer laziness sets in, you can lose a couple of weeks in a flash. Can’t believe I last posted the day before the Fourth and not since … but I’ve been trying to find a balance between editing and writing duties for my primary employer, the Town-Crier in Wellington, Fla., and tackling this book.
It’s a good lesson, shifting gears like that and moving into a different mode of editing. Guess I’m going to have to get used to it, since my dream is to be a “go-to guy” kind of freelancer.
Anyway, I’ve hit what seems to be the halfway point in this novel and, from having read through it before I began revising it, I know that the second half of the book is going to demand the closest attention and be the most exhausting part to edit.
No serious roadblocks hit in Chaps. 9-20; stay tuned.