So what’s your tool of choice?

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Forty-two weeks after the second day of the new year As she has told you she would do in her post last week, Author has spent the last few days Continue Reading →

An assortment of todays in anticipation of the coming tomorrows

Author and Sister blog

Forty weeks after the second day of the new year Author has finished that quick read she has told you about thirty-eight weeks after the second day of the new Continue Reading →

Do what’s best for your book

Thirty-eight weeks after the second day of the new year Even while the “Okay, I need to focus now. Everybody Go away!” step of Author’s work on her next book Continue Reading →

Time for an in-depth review

Time for an in-depth review

Twenty-seven weeks after the second day of the new year As Author told you in her post twenty-five weeks after the second day of the new year, she keeps finding Continue Reading →

Leave room for flexibility

Twenty-five weeks after the second day of the new year One trait that the writers among you are required to have is flexibility of mind. But while you might readily Continue Reading →

For the next book: still transitioning to complete focus. For the current book: the very last details

For the next book: still transitioning to complete focus. For the current book: the very last details

Twelve weeks after the second day of the new year Going from the work involved in the pre-publication stage of one book to the post-editor work of another is quite Continue Reading →

Taking the next step toward the horizon. Or: The red folder strikes again!

Ten weeks after the second day of the new year The red folder is open, chapters are strewn around, and Author is now adding her own markings and comments to Continue Reading →