Visual representation of the act of copy editing (Important for Writers)

My bed mid copy edit . . .

See above: two black Notebooks of Doom (one for Soulless, one for Changeless & Blameless), query list from copy editor, the manuscript in various mounds, Orbit’s house style sheet, a copy of Soulless (for referencing), my list of copy edit codes, reference book (for ze spelling of ze French fashions), scissors and tape (for pasting a copy of the Changeless terms sheet into appropriate Notebook of Doom), highlighter (for highlighting very important instructions), and eraser and pencil – since I’m not allowed to use pen. Gasp. Wheeze.Gail’s Daily Dose
Your Infusion of Cute:
Your Brass Needles photos, sorry I am late

Peru report, scond installment photos. 1. scarves, sox and mitties with various variations on the norm that I thought might inspire. 2. One of the yarn stores, you have to go hunting into the local market areas to find yarn in Peru. If you want anything earlier along the knitting line, like roving, you need to get into the outlands and find a fiber village. 3. A spindle made of iron and decorating the side of a building in Cuzco. 4 Lastly there a loom weight from Inka times dug up on my archaeological site, along with some other pottery fragments. I know it’s not knitting but I figured fiber artists might still find it fun to see.
Your Tisane of Smart:
Tiny ancient shells point to earliest fashion trend
Your Writerly Tinctures:
The Agony and the Ecstasy of a Book ReleaseQuote of the Day:
“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and open a vein.”
~ Red Smith


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  1. Jessica Kennedy said:

    Awesome! Can't wait for Changeless!

    I keep saying it but I need to write my review for Soulless! I have some other reviews to write first. Pub dates coming up! 🙂

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