Two Sections Down

Hawkspar revisions are going well. I’ve completed two sections already, and only have two more to go to complete the write-in on the manuscript. I’m aware that when I’ve finished the write-in, I will have done less than half of the work. Not a happy thought, but at least I will have something measurable accomplished. Tomorrow I’ll do the line-per-scene for the new version. Tuesday, I’ll jump into the type-in.

I took yesterday off. I discovered that I was staring at the same paragraph, reading it over and over again, and the headache was amazing. So I conceded the need for time away from the book, and spent the day vegetating, watching Romans on the History Channel and working on an oil painting I’m massacring and enjoying the fact that the temperature outside is finally below 100 degrees (the last few days, we’ve had weather in the mid-eighties, which is simply lovely.

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About the author: Novelist, writing teacher, on a mission to reprint my out-of-print books and self-publish my new ones.

3 comments… add one
  • hollylisle Sep 12, 2005 @ 9:42

    In re: weather in the mid-80’s … we have dead alligators on the side of the road, too.

    As for Hawkspar, um …. I’m, for the first time ever, nearly a year late completing a project, and Hawkspar would be that project. I haven’t the faintest guess when a possible release date for the book would be, but I know I’ve seriously screwed up hope of a quick release by dying on it this way.

  • arainsb123 Sep 11, 2005 @ 19:46

    I just finished Talyn and I’m DESPERATE to read Hawkspar! I’d also love to have an estimated release date.

  • TinaK Sep 11, 2005 @ 13:32

    Weather in the mid 80’s? Last night when I took the dog out I could see my breath it was so cool out. =) Way to go on the edits. Hopefully once you start typing it’ll fly by. When is it due to be published? Do you have an idea?

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