Twenty Time #8

I have decided that, before I continue really working on writing the second book of the series, I’m going to go back and edit the first one. The editing process is actually going really well since I’ve been able to work on it in my free time a lot and whenever I have a break, I keep the document on my laptop, so I can just pull it up and work on it and it’s pretty easy to do. I’m in the middle of editing chapter 15, and I’m in the middle of writing chapter 13 in the second book. When I can’t fully concentrate on writing, then I’ll edit the story, and when I’m able to do my best work then I work on continuing to write the next book. I also worked on designing the covers for all three books, and I’ve finally been able to get the covers to be the way that I want them to be, even though it took a really long time of editing down the pictures and combing everything. Lastly, I’ve started outlining the last book, since I know where I want to go with it, but I wasn’t quite sure how I wanted to get there. Now, I think I have a better idea of how I’m going to end the series and where the plot of the last book is going to go.

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  1. I can already tell this is going to be a more productive product for you. Already I’m noticing a difference in your posts, your enthusiasm, and you are meeting deadlines in a more timely fashion. What are your books about? A trilogy is pretty darn impressive. I think editing the first is a good idea. Because editing is often difficult, if you don’t do it now you may never get to it. Which brings me to the point of suggesting one final edit before you publish your posts -this will help you catch the little mistakes before putting it out there for others to read. I’m super excited to eventually read your book!

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