Definite warm fuzzy feeling today . . . my beta reader from Boston, who grew up in Reflections main characters’ neighborhood in the 1970’s LOVES the book! Street cred from the locals! Yeah!
I decided to take one more final pass on my manuscript after checking my editor’s changes. This is a very worthwhile choice, allowing me to tweak a phrase here and there to adjust the voice of the story after all other checking is complete. The bonus is getting all these great ideas for the next book! What fun!
Everyone needs a Father Chris to help them see we learn at God's pace to understand His design… including the brightest scientific minds!
— Clifton Kenny (@CliftonKenny11) May 9, 2015
Final phase of editing completed, thank you Katharine Vail of Polished Printing!
Now on to the publication phase. Anybody know a good graphic artist for book covers?
I was reading up on how to write these, and I now see why most authors are known to dislike this task; condensing a 93,000 word labor of love into 500-800 words, with sensory details and a genuine representation of your style and all major themes. Yikes! Here is my latest attempt. Comments are welcome.