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The Road to Being Published

Another Wednesday, another update. I’ve gotten to where I love these.

Days of the Kill is still with the beta readers. I haven’t gotten any feedback yet, so I’m still waiting on them. 329 more words

Writing

Bring in the Blueprints It's Time to Second-Draft

There is a show on HGTV that I like that involves “flippers” buying a house at auction without ever seeing the inside. They can peek in the windows, examine the outside, and look up the property’s  buy/sell history. 637 more words

Writing

Second Draft Void

First drafts are tough. Everyone knows that. You have to slog through it, and you don’t want to. You want to stop, or go back, or just take a month or ten to recoup your energy. 472 more words

Writing

One More Step #RoW80

Some days it seems like it’s just one more step…either before I fall off a cliff or make it to my goal.

Thankfully this week I have been marching toward my goals and not off a cliff. 477 more words

Writing

Second Draft: Cartes de visite provide glimpses of mid-Victorian Montreal

Early in January 1866, Dr. John Reddy brought his 11-year-old son to the studio of photographer George Martin on Rue St. Pierre. The boy was dressed in a military cadet’s uniform as he stiffly posed before the camera. 636 more words

Local News

Second Draft: John A. Macdonald's 70th birthday bash in Montreal lasted two days

This weekend marks the 200th anniversary of Sir John A. Macdonald’s birth. But in 1885, it was his 70th birthday, as well as the 40th anniversary of his entry into national politics. 639 more words

National