The good news is: I finished the second draft of my edit-in-progress! After the spectacular fail by the hometeam on Sunday, I went back to my room and finished the last chapter. I am still planning on reading the new draft through before I send it out to any readers for feedback to make sure there’s nothing horrifically wrong, but I should be ready for round two beta reading and editing in a week or two!
Speaking of which, if you want to read the book and offer up any feedback, check out the updated book page and contact me.
I know my timeline still needs some work, especially toward the end. And, though I haven’t read back through it yet, I have a strong sense that my main character needs to become a little less mysterious, to the reader, at least. So, more work is needed, but at least I have a little bit of an idea where to put the bulk of it while I wait on feedback.
Round 2: Reading
While I made a good leap forward on my editing milestones, I am falling tragically behind on my reading for February. I have one audiobook going officially – unofficially, I’m listening to The Hunger Games, but I don’t expect to finish it anytime soon – I am reading four paperbacks, and one ebook.
I had started another ebook, but I couldn’t get into it right away, so I switched, and I like the new one better. The audiobook is a little slow, but I’m finally getting to a point where the story is starting to follow a trajectory instead of being a combination of background and in-your-face action, so it’s getting easier to follow. As to the paperbacks, I have two that are flying by, and two that I cannot seem to put a dent in, which is really frustrating. I set aside time to read, and I still can’t seem to push through those two. The thing is, I still want to read them! I don’t want to skip them and mark them as “Did Not Finish,” but the pacing and the information overload in them are making it difficult.
Also, earlier this week, I went to my second book club meeting ever, and my first in over a year, at the local library. It was a small group – blame the subzero temps and icky roads that night – but it was a good book and it was fun to talk about what we read and how we each experienced it. I’m hoping to make the book club a regular thing. If I can stay on top of the reading, it should be no problem.
Just a reminder, if you want to take a look at the new book and give me some feedback on it, check out the description, and if it interests you, get in touch and we’ll work out the details.
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