A great big thank you to the founder of IWSG Alex J. Cavanaugh. A wonderful site where writer's gain support and inspiration.This months co-hosts are Sarah Foster, Joylene Nowell Butler, Lily Eva, and Rhonda Albom!
I finally said enough is enough when it comes to editing my haunting YA/Mystery novel. (Far---far from being perfect, but is any ms really perfect?) I've sent out queries and a few requests that ultimately generated rejections. I don't care how thick skinned we become, each rejection causes a scar of some sort. I started looking into small and independent presses and hope for some success.
My editor's computer crashed while editing the sequel to Wickedly They Come. Now off to another editor which means my sequel, Wickedly They Dream is w-a-a-y behind schedule.
I picked up where I left off on my wip which I'd shelved for many months. Needless to say, it takes me a while to delve back into a manuscript and my characters. By this time next month, I'm hoping to have made significant progress.
Do you have a problem saying enough is enough when editing your books?
Does it take you a while to get involved with your characters?