The Lost Town Of Man’s Crossing.
This month I finished editing my second manuscript: The Lost Town Of Man Crossing, and printed out the many pages on my printer, luckily this printer is more behaved than the last one.
The Lost Town Of Man’s Crossing has been a great novel to write, and the character (people, creatures) have filled many of my evenings with heart stopping moments and lots of needing to stay and follow the story to see what happens next. Until one night the last word was written and their conclusion had been made. Being a discovery writer I always find when I write the last word of a story or novel it’s like coming out of a magical fog that I hadn’t even know was their until I stop writing. However, now it’s as good as it can be and I’ve had a chance to read it back, I’m so pleased with how their novel turned out. Just as the character wanted it to be…
Also thank you Anne for all your help with editing my novel, it was amazing editing you. Here’s Anne site if anyone is looking for a great editor… http://www.annehamilton.co.uk/ And thank you Kendra for reading my first drafts of this novel and being a great support throughout my writing… This is her blog go check it out, she’s a fantastic writer. https://kendraolson.wordpress.com/
I’ve started a new novel now, however I’m not giving away the title just yet as I haven’t settled on it. But I’m looking forwards to getting back to the writing fog and just settling into a whole new adventure.
I’ll update this post when I know what I’m doing with my manuscript.
I hope everyone is having a great week.