When doing line edits on a book-length manuscript (we’re talking 344 pages here – at least), always type as you go. At least that was always my hard and fast rule. I’d do the edits on the hard copy, then type them in when I reached the end of each chapter. I didn’t do that with Heir. For some ungodly, twisted reason, I worked my way through the entire manuscript. Now it’s sitting here in clips waiting to be typed in. I knocked out 20 pages tonight, but still…I know better. I totally and completely know better. Someone please remind me of this when I get to Elders, please?
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Appalachian gothic fiction writer - my works reflect a love of literature flavored by the darkness and magic residing in these ancient mountains. In my spare time, I'm a Simmer, I tumbl, I journal, but I always have a very strange sense of humor. I have lived away from the mountains and lived deep in the mountains. I currently live in Central Kentucky with my lifepartner and his cat. The mountains, their culture, their superstitions, their particular magics, will always be in my blood. View all posts by Mari Adkins