April is over already, and once again, it was a busy month for me. I spent most of last week at an editing seminar, which is part of my endeavor to earn a certificate in editing.
We wrapped up editing Lois Cloarec Hart’s Walking the Labyrinth in April. I look forward to seeing this wonderful novel published in June.
I had a new novel out in April (the second, expanded edition of Backwards to Oregon), one new anthology (Beyond the Trail), and a short story (Seduction for Beginners, a short sequel to Something in the Wine).
I also did a lot of writing or rather rewriting this last month. I mainly worked on revising Second Nature. These are really extensive revisions, but my beta readers tell me they like the new version better.
Here are the numbers for April:
|January||46 hours||14 hours|
|February||44 hours||19 hours|
|March||82 hours||15 hours|
|April||71 hours||4 hours|
|TOTAL||243 hours||52 hours|
Check back soon for more news on my writing and editing projects.