OMG, I logged in today to find that I’d actually registered 5 years ago. How does the time fly. It’s really, really gone so fast.
—– I’m in shock!
So, first week back in work. Well what new hell was this… lol. I never had the energy even to get to the gym, but I must get back to that next week. After putting a few pounds on while away, I proper feel lethargic now.
The weekend was to be about my team TZBF in the ubergroup on scrib. It’s a private group where we concentrate in teams of 6 to aid each other with out work. I’ve had some reading and reviewing to do, which was nice, but also I’ve been editing. Never enough time in the day, seriously.
One of the biggest jobs I had over the last three weeks, was to start to search for a copy editor. I’ve spread my wings out and been looking really hard for someone to go through with the final copy on my novel TSK. I’ve approached several people, chatted with a good few and had some samples back.
But, and this is a big but, it really hasn’t been an easy task.
There have been some who after promising they’d get back to me, never bothered.
And then there have been a couple of amazing responses.
Price was always going to be a factor. I know it’s not cheap. I’ve been saving for it.
It really was a very hard decision.
I am very happy with the choice I made and I hope that she will enjoy my story as well as look forward to building a working relationship for the next few years. Exciting, yes, nervous, oh yes. 🙂 But in a good way.
I’ve still been having one or two people take a read of my work. But, there is a time when you’ve got to say, no, no more changes. I’m happy with it. Time to move on and set it free. Like any project, it can be tweaked and changed to death.
I will of course keep you posted.