If you are in New York…

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My blogging friend Felicity Harley has a daughter, Sarah. She has her own company, based in New York City, USA.

Sarah is putting on a play she wrote. The theatre is called Joe’s Pub, 425 Lafayette Street, Astor Place, New York. NY1003

Here is a link to the theatre, and some information about the play.
https://publictheater.org/productions/joes-pub/2019/a/as-much-as-i-can/
On the 14th of September, the play opens, and tickets are $25.

Here is a clip showing an interview about the production, which is called ‘As Much As I Can’.
https://www.nbcnewyork.com/templates/nbc_partner_player?cmsID=559744912&videoID=6U280sskx5ER&width=600&height=360&turl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nbcnewyork.com%2F&ourl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nbcnewyork.com

If any of my readers are going to be in that city on the 14th, try to get along to support the play.

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You Know You Need A Book Editor But You Can’t Afford One – by Derek Haines…

Great article

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

on Just Publishing Advice:

For most self-publishing authors, the answer is probably no.

The cost of developmental editing, copy editing and line editing are all very expensive. In a traditional publishing house, professional editors and proofreaders are part of a lengthy and costly book production process.

For independent authors, you can hire a freelance editor. But these editors who work on an hourly rate don’t come cheap either.

Any form of professional editing will cost you a lot of money. But editing books is essential before publishing. So, what can you do to prepare a clean manuscript?

Continue reading HERE

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The Key To Getting Your Writing Mojo Back

Great blog

K.M. Allan

If you’ve been following my blog for the last few months, you’ll know I’ve been spending this year working on rewrites.

I’m currently rewriting the second book in my YA series, Blackbirch. I wrote the first draft of book two in 2003, the fifth draft in 2018, and that’s the one I’m rewriting now in 2019.

In fact, I’ve been writing this whole series since 2001, when I penned the first draft for book one (which is being published early next year), and along the way, managed to write four drafts for book three, and five for book four.

This isn’t a humble brag or record. In all honesty, I should have been done with this series years ago. The point I’m (badly) trying to make is that we can work on a piece of writing for a long time. And when you’ve worked on something for so long and…

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