The Dragon’s Wall

Ten chapters to go in the major rewrite of tDW. It’s exhausting, yea, but it’s a good book, and it’s fun watching it become a better book.

After that, I need to decide if I want to keep one of my POV characters or dump him for someone else, then rewrite those, print, revise, send to my next set of readers, revise again. Print.

Then send out and wipe my hands of it for a month or two while Agent reviews revisions.

After that, I bury myself back into God’s War.

It’s really nice to be writing again.

I feel a lot saner.

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