August 2014, Progress Report

Dear Readers,

August didn’t see much progress in terms of word count.

However, a few important steps were taken. Here’s what I’ve been working on:

1) Beta readers for “A Study in Cutlets” reported back to me and I incorporated their feedback into the manuscript. This was very exciting because everyone loved the base work and all gave different comments that made the story better. “A Study in Cutlets” is now being read at The Antioch School, my elementary alma mater. As soon as they give me comments back I will hand it over to a professional proofreader, then the formatter, and get ready for publication!

2) Cover Work – I’ve been working with a professional graphic designer on a cover for “A Study in Cutlets.” We had a cover I was happy with but it turns out the designer used an image to which he didn’t have the rights! He fixed it, but it’s not quite as good as it was, so the jury is still out on that one. I’ve also been making tweaks to “The Grey Heir” cover in consultation with a few friendly professionals. I’ll upload the new and improved cover soon.

3) I’ve been working on this Website! (As partially evidenced by this post). I’ve also revamped the Grey Heir page, and I have many more ideas about things to change, which will be implemented in the coming weeks.

Well, that’s about all for now.

I hope you enjoyed your holiday weekend.


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