Yesterday I finished my part of a new draft of something JANE YOLEN and I are working on. Before I could even send it to her, my editor on a book that’s under contract sent me her opening thoughts about what I need to fix or defend. Two days ago another editor gave me a July 12 deadline to revise three spreads in the book I’m doing with her. There is something out there in the publishing cosmos that contrives to keep writers from becoming bored.
Oh, yes! You are quite “write”, ha ha. There’s no such thing as boredom if you are a writer.
I’ve never worked with a co-author, but editors for sure can help to fix a manuscript.
Good morning, Anna. Thanks for coming my today.
Be sure to play with the turtles a bit! Who knows what they’ll do if they feel like you’re ignoring them!!
A good kind of problem! Who know what kind of trouble you’d get in if you got bored?