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How's Your Editing Coming Along?

I have been working on one of my manuscripts, editing, adding chapters and scenes and WORDS. Glorious words. I love words, don't you?

My recent work, which I just finished, Soul Driver, has went through some major editing. I decided to write an inspirational fiction and Soul Driver was the perfect manuscript. I added ten chapters!

I just wanted to share my good news.

I'm still looking for a CP.

Who else is in the editing process? How's it coming?

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  1. Coming to the end of my first draft at the moment!
    Added ten chapters? That's a lot.

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    1. It's always exciting when you get close to the end of a book, isn't it?

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  2. Congratulations on accomplishing so much. I am close to the end of my first draft of my second book and I am still revising and editing my first. Every time I feel like it is finished and ready for me to begin querying, I read it again and find something else that needs to be fixed. I finally decided, this past week, that I am giving myself a final deadline to complete all revisions and then I have to accept that I have done all I can do. I will never know if I have what it takes if I don't start submitting my work. I suppose fear of rejection plays a major role in my reluctancy to write the final "The end".

    Best of luck. I apologize for not visiting during the Buccaneer blogfest, but I sort of reached a burn out point. I am back and recharged so I will be back often to visit your blog.

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    1. I'm so glad Melissa! Thanks for stopping by!

      Sometimes we all need a break. With school starting up in a couple of weeks, I may be reaching a breaking point, too.

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  3. Wow, ten chapters! Truly amazing. I'm in that weird creating/editing/revising phase plus trying to manage the 800+ emails that aren't spam and aren't going away. Haha! Happy writing!

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    1. That's just too many emails to answer for anyone! Looks like you need an assistant!

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  4. I've been letting my MS sit and simmer-- creating a bit of distance. Or perhaps I've just been procrastinating. It must be done. Congratulations on your progress-- hoping your enthusiasm will rub off on me. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. You are certainly welcome, Julie! Come on! You can do it! The longer you wait though, the more ideas that may surface. That, my friend, can be a good thing:)

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  5. A big fat manuscript is not something I've attempted yet, just shorts and rhymes. Its a huge achievement to complete a book and you added ten chapters as well! What's your book about?:))

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    1. I have loved writing this story, It's about a girl who is thrust into a journey of self discovery, lies and betrayal, redemption and forgiveness.
      Thanks for stopping by. I'm still looking for the Bees and Mist book...

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  6. I'm in first draft mode, which I love. Except my book is growing a lot more than I know it should. It will be my first rewrite in ages that I have to CUT a ton... oh well... for the moment I just keep pulling toward the end...

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