Writing hours in April

May 5, 2013

April is over already, and once again, it was a busy month for me. I spent most of last week at an editing seminar, which is part of my endeavor to earn a certificate in editing.

We wrapped up editing Lois Cloarec Hart’s Walking the Labyrinth in April. I look forward to seeing this wonderful novel published in June.

I had a new novel out in April (the second, expanded edition of Backwards to Oregon), one new anthology (Beyond the Trail), and a short story (Seduction for Beginners, a short sequel to Something in the Wine).

I also did a lot of writing or rather rewriting this last month. I mainly worked on revising Second Nature. These are really extensive revisions, but my beta readers tell me they like the new version better.

Here are the numbers for April:

46 hours 14 hours
44 hours 19 hours
82 hours 15 hours
71 hours  4 hours
TOTAL 243 hours 52 hours

Check back soon for more news on my writing and editing projects.



  1. Wow! The new cover to the revised edition of Second Nature looks awesome! Can’t wait for it to come out in July.

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