The life of a writer might sound dull to some people. You know, those who don’t write. You get your idea, go through your process to turn it into a draft, let it sit for a while, edit it – then we send it off to betas and cps, get it back, edit it – might have a second round of readers and have to edit it again… and then polish it, proof it…
Then you go through it all again.
And you know what – we can’t help it, because it’s a part of us, and it’s worth it.
Extra worth it especially when a writer you really admire gives you a blurb for your book!
I can’t even explain how happy this makes me! It also really helped give that extra boost I needed to go through Chameleon for the 3984029th (final) time.
I just got done with my final proof of Chameleon (and I swear if it has typos, I’m going scream, but I’m going cross-eyed from trying to find them). But wait there’s more! I now have to edit book 2! Yes, you read that right. Book 2 – Hybrid, is due to release in November, so I’m in full swing for those edits too.
Add to that, I have my preorder giveaway going on. And I’ve just started a two week giveaway on Goodreads with a chance to win one of two signed paperbacks.
Now I really need to sort my #PitchWars bio out, because those damned gifs, are not cooperating.
How is everyone else doing?