I’ve been editing Sanguine and I only have a handful of chapters left to red ink, and then I can make the changes on the computer. I think I want to give it one more round of polish after that, and maybe see if I can get a volunteer to give it a read through and provide feedback.
I found a great location for editing – the common room of the local branch of a university. There’s not much of anything going on right now so it’s practically deserted and I can sit down and work without the distraction of rats and the internet. It is slightly annoying because I have to leave myself notes to look something up later, but on the other hand, it’s more productive because I have to leave myself notes to look something up later.
And speaking of productive, I haven’t been very. But I just signed up for a page a day challenge on Face Book, so I should get 30 pages added to Book One of The Other Mages trilogy before July Camp starts. Maybe even more if I really get on a roll with it.
And one page a day isn’t an overwhelming amount, so hopefully the “one page at a time” approach will get me through the initiation scene that I’m avoiding. It will be much smoother sailing once it’s over and done with.