I’ve spent this past week working on Aidan’s Mate. I’ll be honest, this story is kicking my arse. I do think I’m closer to untangling the mess of the first few chapters, but boy it’s been tough. All I can say is Aidan had better be worth all the trouble. It doesn’t help that I have a ‘wounded hero’ from a different story doing his level best to distract me. I keep telling Lucas that I’ll get to him, but he’s not a patient man. I’m going to have to buckle down if I want to get the Moonlight Kin book finished on schedule.
The YA is off to the editor’s caring hands. I have no idea how long edits on the book will take. I’ve asked her to kick my butt. I want to make this book as good as it can possibly be. I’m also attempting to edit GHOST HUNTER CHRONICLES again. I’ve had it professionally edited, but it’s taking a while for me to make all the changes. They are NOT simple fixes, but they will make the story much stronger and give me a good setup for the next book in the series.
I LOVE working with good editors. There is truly nothing like it, even if what they’re asking you to do is hard. A good edit is worth all the blood on the page.
In the meantime, check out Bernard DeLeo’s new story. He writes kickass suspense and fantasy with wonderfully sly humor infused throughout.