Saturday 2 July 2016

Interesting research into how a writer's brain works.

I read recently that it is almost impossible to write effectively and edit at the same time. I know people who do write and edit concurrently and wanted to know if this was, in fact, true.

When I decided to rewrite Dearly Ransomed Soul, I wanted to make it fresh again, so changed, among other things, the setting and the murderer. This was very very hard, much harder than writing a book from scratch. Was it difficult because I was trying to create an almost new book while editing the old version of it?

The results of my research are interesting. You can find them on my blog at:

The newly revised, Dearly Ransomed Soul will be available from the middle of July.

If you would like to read the introductory novella to the Georgia Pattison Mysteries, Whistles After Dark, you can find it on Amazon, see the links below.

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