My work-in-progress (now so close to the end) v Me.

“When you write a book, you spend day after day scanning and identifying the trees. When you’re done, you have to step back and look at the forest.”
Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

This is what happens when you spend your weekend ruthlessly editing your work-in-progress and you can still see bloomers …

goggle eye

cant-see-the-wood-for-the-trees-snap-surveys-nsfStart edit @ 05.00.a.m. on Saturday …

Start edit @ 07.00a.m. on Sunday …

Finish edit 20.30hrs on Sunday.  Arrggghhh! The forest is so dense, I can’t see the wood from the trees

I need help … I need a good editor.

 

Written by Tessa Barrie

Writer and blogger from Jersey in the Channel Islands UK who believes life is too short to be niche. 🙃 Currently working on her first novel.

3 comments

  1. Hehe…good visual! Hopefully you’d get a good editor at a publishing house, but then there’s the question of getting *there*. Easier said than done.

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