The road to publication: wandering in the wasteland.

Things have been quiet here on this blog and elsewhere in my writing life. After the mad scramble to work through the copy edits on Angels of the Underground, I turned them in on schedule. I don’t know if this is common or not, but so many of those changes were very substantive revisions. I felt like I’d written another draft of the book–in three weeks.

copy edits

Now I’m waiting. The proofs should arrive next. Until then, I feel like I’m in a writer’s wasteland with no real writing on the horizon. I’d like to say I’m leaping into my next project, but I’m not. Yet.

2 thoughts on “The road to publication: wandering in the wasteland.

  1. Thank you, Theresa, for sharing your process. I love reading what you are doing behind the scenes. When this book is published and I am reading it, I’ll feel another dimension beyond the turning pages…


  2. That’s really great, Kathleen, and it’s also why I like connecting with other writers. Learning about the process is fascinating and it does bring something extra to the actual reading of the work.


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