Finished First Draft Next Book

From the State Fair of TexasLast month I wrote THE END to my most recent novel. This upcoming month I’m editing it. I have read it from beginning to end, and am mostly very pleased. It’s a very quick read, which was my goal. And because I did a bit of editing as I wrote it, it’s pretty clean. I’ve already made a list of discrepancies I had found, and have cleaned up problems in chapter one and chapter two.

When all of this revision is done, THE GOODALL MUTINY goes to my first reader. Hopefully she gives it a big okay. From there it goes to my three Beta readers and I start proofreading the hell out of it.

If you’re a writer, you know the drill.

And if you’re reading this, you might wonder why the delay. Well, to steal from Dean Wesley Smith’s blog, life got in the way. I had and still have a more important role to play than writer right now. Hopefully, everything will be back to normal in a week or two. Until then, most everything is on hold.





WHAT I READ THESE LAST WEEKS:  Dress Her In Indigo by John D. MacDonald.  Wool by Hugh Howey.  Spurs & Lace by Bonnie R. Paulson. Tiffany Tumbles by Kristine Grayson.

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