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Standing On Top of Your Manuscript

In my editing life, I’ve been using track changes a lot. I’m all for it. It’s efficient – no waiting for manuscripts to thump through the letterbox (or having to collect them, mysteriously shredded, from the post office); no expense of high-level security postage, lest it gets mislaid en route. 684 more words

Re entry 

Back in the office today after two days away last week and a weekend divided into equal parts of exhaustion and working some more.

Despite the fact that I had kept up with emails while away, we are less than two weeks away from a major event and back at my desk I might have well have been plummeting back to earth with G forces making my cheeks expand, flatten and shudder. 654 more words

Writing

Oldy but a Goodie Wednesday: Riders (Rutshire Chronicles #1) by Jilly Cooper

So my oldy this week is a real oldy, It was first published in 1985. I read this book I think in my early 20’s (Many moons ago) and I loved it. 284 more words

Book Blogger

Summer book: Riders by Jilly Cooper

Yes, I am an evil dictator. I have enforced a book on book club. Muwhahahaha etc.

Our summer read this year is Riders by Jilly Cooper… 153 more words

Book Club

Jilly Cooper. Gateway drug to great books.

Jilly Cooper is my universal panacea – whenever the sky looks like it’s falling in, I duck into one of her novels and shelter there for a while (rather than bolt off to tell the King like Henny Penny – the flight or fight instinct is not strong in me – I’m all about the hiding). 632 more words

Authors At The Books That Built Me

Leo, sadly, has Parkinson’s, but he used to cook all sorts of dazzling things. – Jilly Cooper http://ift.tt/28RH16l

Jilly Cooper