Fewer and better qualities posts rather than a daily ramble. I learned this from a blog post, written by Anne R. Allen, a blogger who is in the Top 50 Bloggers for Authors. (Wait, I've just noticed the post is from 2013 so she may not be there any longer.)
The fact that there is a top 50 chart for bloggers writing for authors suggest there an awful lot of, well, bloggers writing for authors. It would be easy to spend all day gathering good - oft repeated - advice when I what I should be doing is writing. Or publishing. Or promoting.
I've asked Husband to read and review The Dog-walking Club before I create a paperback of it. When I self-published This Time Next Year I thought it was pretty good grammar, spelling, punctuation-wise, but Husband quickly pointed out several errors. So I'm hoping he'll find them before I publish this time around.
In the meantime I shall start editing my next novel, Tabitha's Table. I also plan to draw a map to include in The Dog-walking Club. Husband said, 'It's not going to be one of your drawings, is it?'
|This is the sort of thing I'm aiming for|
On reflection, and finding myself unable to make any of the relevant software work, I've decided against including a map. Husband is right: my drawing skills are not up to it.