There are no weekends when you’re a writer

I spent the first half of yesterday finishing up the story edits for THE HITWOMAN AND THE GOLD DIGGER.

Then I went and talked to a bellydancer, a man on stilts and a man in a kilt as research for the PCM series which I’ll be launching next year.  (Intriguing, right?)

Then I reread all of Gold Digger yet again.

I could have sent it to my copy editor, but I was suffering from, “What if I want to change something else?” syndrome.

Now it’s 10 on a Sunday morning and I’ve deleted my story editor’s last two comments and sent the manuscript to my copy editor.

I waited to delete the last two comments because they made me happy.

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After that, I emailed my story editor to arrange time for her to work on Hitwoman 20 and the first PCM book.

And I sent material to my assistant so that she can work up some promo stuff.

And I made some notes for PCM and I wrote a page of Hitwoman 20.

Have I mentioned it’s 10 a.m. on a Sunday? lol!

But it’s not all work and no play, I’m off to see a matinee of a play a friend is in this afternoon. Like a normal person would do on a weekend.   😉




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