The Editing Cave

Just a quick post from me this week as last Wednesday I received the first round of edits for The Truth Will Out and have retreated into my editing cave to work through the suggestions. Editing is a difficult yet essential part of novel writing and, on the plus side, it means we are moving that little bit closer to publication…

In the meantime, I just have a few announcements:

I’m delighted to have been invited to be December’s ‘First Friday Breakfast With An Author’ on Michelle Knowlden Writes. The post is a light hearted interview and it’s a wonderful opportunity, not least because Michelle has a tradition of knitting a hat for each guest based on the author’s latest book. In November she interviewed Lori Herter, author of The Thin Place which is set in Ireland. Here is the hat she knitted in her honour. It’ll be very interesting to see what she comes up with for An Unfamiliar Murder!

This Friday I am guest blogging over at The Writers Bureau, talking about that all important topic of research. Do hop over and join me. I’d love to hear reader views on this subject and if you are a writer, do share your own stories and anecdotes. I’m sure their are some very amusing ones out there!

Later this week I welcome fellow Legend Press author, Bea Davenport, to the blog to discuss her inspirations for the setting of her debut novel ‘In Too Deep’. I look forward to sharing it with you.

That’s all from me. I’m slinking back off to my editing cave to disappear under a pile of paper. Have a great week, everyone.




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