It’s done. The second draft of The Birch Island Chronicles has been completed.
Two weeks ago as I was finishing my first big chunk of editing in the third draft of my novel the worst case scenario happened: my computer crashed while saving and the file corrupted.
The month has ended and so has my recent project. I’m happy with the results, even if they didn’t quite match my initial goals.
For this task I knew it would be hard to pick a writing partner. I’m going to be writing multiple pieces with only the genre of horror and the theme of myth connecting them. No one miniature would do. Some tasks need an army. This one needed two.
Not as cute as the monsters in my book but it has it’s own charm.
Sometimes you just can’t avoid it. You work as hard as you can, try and put it off by working on new projects. Sometimes it can’t just be about the art… sometimes you need to try and sell something. That’s what I’m working on this week, writing and sending out query letters for a bookContinue reading “Writing Partner: A Cute Creepy Crawly”
I wasn’t aware how much publishers rely on self promotion these days and I’ve spent the last 10 years working on my storytelling. I never learned how to sell my own works.