Editing is an important part of the writing process. And it’s an amazing part too! You get to take this thing that you created, and polish it and tweak it to make it into the best story that you can possibly tell.
So why do I put it off so much? The edits for Kills Like River are due today, and I’m only about halfway done. It’s not like it would take all that long to complete, but things keep coming up that I prefer to do. Needless to say, tonight is going to be a long night of editing.
And then I have to finish the edits for Admin Hunter. I have this one final draft to finish before I can send it off to the editor. That is going to be next week’s major writing project. Edits, and then more edits. But it will be done in time to send out to my Patreon followers in July!
Okay, enough about editing. The last few weeks I have spent talking about another project, and trying to come up with my main idea for it. Well, after a lot of discussions with many different people, I finally have the story figured out!
The project is being written for the Tales From the Fluffy Bunny anthology, published by Wolfsinger Publications. More details about the project will be sent out to my $5+ Patreon supporters later this week. Trust me, it will be awesome. The challenge with this story will be that it has to be a comedy. I haven’t written comedy before, so that will be fun.
Besides writing and planning I’m trying to get ready for Denver Comic Con. I ordered a fresh stock of books to sell, and I had to order a new set of business cards with my new logo on it. When all was done I went about $100 over budget (after purchasing books, new logo, shipping for books, business cards, shipping for business cards, and the table at DCC), which I hope to make up later this month when I go to the con. So everyone should stop by and buy lots of books! I’ll have plenty of Domesticated Velociraptors to sign if you stop by our booth.
Well, that’s all for this week!
Originally posted on Patreon: Summer is here! And editing is slow…