Hey everyone! This week has been crazy. My son has Croup. So I’ve been kind of scarce in the comments.
And I’ve been trying to hang out more on my Facebook page so if you want to chit-chat daily, “like” the page (sidebar) and hope and pray it shows up in your feed so you’ll remember me! ha!
Today, I’m over at the sweet Hannah Conway’s blog sharing 3 tips on how to spring clean your manuscript! But before you head over here’s what’s going on in my neck of the woods. My son has his first sparring Karate tournament Saturday. Yes, I plan to yell, “Sweep the leg, Johnny!” And if I can come up with one of those Tom Toms (it is a tom tom right?) from Karate Kid II, I’m gonna use it!
But before I go to his sparring event, I’m speaking at my writer’s group on Deep POV. Deep POV is like when Patrick Swayze stepped into Whoopie Goldberg. Creepy, but it’s becoming your character. So you can probably guess how it’s gonna go tomorrow. lol
And I’m knee deep in paid critiques which is awesome! If you want fresh eyes on your manuscript see my Critiquing/Editing services page and email me! I’d love to partner with you!
Have a great weekend, and come by Hannah’s! CLICK HERE!
6 thoughts on “Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Manuscript”
I would love to see him do a KK move;) Rest your brain this weekend, all right?
"There is no clock on my business!" That's from True Grit (the new version), when Rooster Cogburn is in the privy.
Hope your son feels better and has fun at karate!
Now that is a fun question…except hard to answer 'cause I have like three thousand favorite lines. For once, I'll go the serious route and give my favorite line from The Philadelphia Story: "The time to make up your mind about people is never." Love it. 🙂 Have fun at the karate tournament!
Oooh, my fave Karate Kid move was the CRANE in KK2. I loved that Asian setting…
And I'm so glad you're busy busy busy w/critiques! Love that you took a bold step and it's paying off, gal!
I'm glad your busy with the business!
Croup? Ack. I hope he's better soon!
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One of my ALL TIME favorite movies! Have a great week!