Monthly Archives: March 2011

The power of imagination makes us infinite. -John Muir I’ve always had a love for tales involving nature, medievalist fare, and apocalyptic stories. Maybe that’s a strange combination, but I don’t really think so. Those stories are about people getting … Continue reading

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Book 2

Finished 94,663 words on Book 2. Around 10,000 left to revise (for my benefit.)

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3/10/2011

The honeymoon (Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon) is over and it’s back to work. I’m still waiting to hear back on my second round of revisions but, until then, I’m picking up on Book 2 once more. It’s mostly … Continue reading

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2/9/2011

Second revisions are finished and have been sent back to my editor!

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2/3/2011

Second revisions are almost complete. The cover art has been also finalized. I think I can see that light at the end of the tunnel! However, the first part of this year has proven extremely busy. I’m getting married this … Continue reading

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7/24/2010

First round of revisions are finished. Waiting to get the second set back from my editor. Publishing is a longer process than I had imagined, but that’s ok. I’m enjoying it.Β  πŸ˜€

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5/20/2010

Began revisions for Nightingale yesterday. One more step to being published! πŸ™‚ Book 2 is on hold for now.

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4/16/2010

I’m already finished with a very rough draft of Book 2. Soon I’ll start heavy revisions. The rough draft comes in at around 77k words; my target count is at least 115k.

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4/01/2010

The title has been changed to Nightingale. It seems to fit the story better than Pariah did. I’m liking it. πŸ™‚

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3/25/2010

I’m being published with Hadley Rille Books in 2011!!!!!

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