Did I really do a post a day for the first week of November 2014? Maybe it was because I was editing, and practicing avoidance. I even posted about that in a post called Procrastibaking.
It was all about the editing for me that week, with three posts on the topic:
- The real work is all in the edit quoted from Kurt Vonnegut: “We have to be continually jumping off cliffs and developing wings on the way down.”
- Pulling all the threads together was my post about the next step after the analysis—the step I’m on now with Embracing Prudence.
- He was drunk, but not nearly drunk enough gave an excerpt from my brand new prologue, carved wholesale out of what had once been chapter one.
The day I finished the edit, I linked to some random thoughts about writing from Christina Dodd.
Another post that week was a brief glossary of terms for budding romance novelists.
And the last post I want to direct your attention to today was called Is that a rooster in your pocket? Yes, it’s a brief and cheeky discussion of historically accurate inappropriate language, with some links to some superb resources.