Monday, September 10, 2012

Redemption on the River Genesis Picture

Throughout the (ahem) five-year process of writing Redemption on the River, I kept throwing old drafts and various other pieces of detritus into a dark, obscure corner of my office.  Today I dragged it all out and took a picture:

The pile represents the 12 drafts of the book, review copies from beta readers, notebooks, moleskins, the loose-leaf manuscript returned from my editor covered in red, her 76 page report, the laptop that I killed in the process, the replacement laptop on which I finished it up, and the desktop in my office.

In other news, the book recently received its first review from a dedicated book review site.  Link to the review on Romantic Historical Lovers.

1 comment:

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