Showing posts with label book. Show all posts
Showing posts with label book. Show all posts

Monday, June 06, 2016

On editing

You know that feeling? 
The one after you announced your book is done, and you will publish in a week or so, but then you feel you need another eye or two and a couple of trusted friends accept to read it - and then full of confidence you will put that baby out. However, as you wait you wonder: is egg on your face or patience better? 
"Patience is not simply the ability to hold on - it's how we behave while we're waiting." Joyce Meyer
But then! You read your email and find, on a trusted site such as K. M. Weiland's, the perfect article on how to get your edits done once you get your feedback! 
6 Tips for How to Organize Your Novel’s Edits

Monday, October 19, 2015

This book is good.

Epic Celtic saga about truth, honor and duty
For ancient Celts, the cauldron of society was supported by the three legs of truth, honor and duty. If any of them collapsed, the cauldron would lose all that it held. This epic tale of the 6th century spans the Irish Sea during the turbulent times in ancient Dal Riata, a kingdom in the north of Ireland and on the rugged western coast of Scotland. Travel back in time to an era when truth was more important than fame, when honor outranked money and when duty mattered more than life itself.

Ron Cherry's latest book is a Celtic saga of the late 6th century.  It is on Kindle Scout and he could use your nomination.  If it is selected, everyone who nominated it will receive a free Kindle copy.  Click on the following website for more information and a free sample.