I decided, while waiting for my beta readers to finish my last two stories, to work on covers for the two stories. I drew a translator, an alien flying orb that translates English and other languages into Machani, the aliens in my latest novel.
I had what I think was a productive week, now my cough has settled down and I have more energy.
I edited the latest novel draft and sent off to a beta reader.
I edited a previous novella draft and gave to a beta reader who had been patiently hanging out for the second story in the Sensing Danger series. Read more »
It seemed like August zoomed by while I was not looking, but I did achieve some goals.
In the run up to completing my current WIP, I stopped writing because I knew something was wrong. Read more »
Due to my laptop dying and purchasing a new laptop, as I discussed in my previous blog, I reinstalled Scribus, but got an updated version.
I located my Broken series and opened each into the new version of Scribus.
First I was asked to chose a font to replace the fonts I used in the older version.
Welcome to the next stage of the writing process blog tour!
I am following Lisa who I met while studying How to Think Sideways with Holly Lisle.
I do realise that those participating in the blog tour are all at different stages in their writing career, but we all find a way that works to get the next scene or chapter written. Read more »
If you are like me, you rested over the December break, planning what projects you would start in 2014.
Or, like me, you took January off to watch the tennis in Australia. Fun and relaxing sitting in the lounge chair in air-conditioning comfort while the heat built outside, including a few days of 40 degrees Celsius (102 for those of you who know Fahrenheit).
Once January finished, or rather the tennis finished, I went back to the computer and caught up on all the mail, blogs, and other writer sites I usually check out once a week. Read more »