I've mentioned a few times that I have been editing for a local publisher. It's been about a year since I first met with the senior editor and founder of Savant Books and Publications. I've gone through the interview, the training, the waiting for a manuscript, and the lengthy process of editing an unfamiliar story and working with a new author (in the midst of teaching, and for a time, editing someone else's psych dissertation).
Well, I am stoked to announce (though I am keeping
the squeeing to a minimum), that today marks the release of my first
edited work with Savant: Purple Haze by George Hudson. You'll be
hearing more about it over the next few months, but I hope you'll take
some time to check out the description. You can buy it directly from
Savant, or through Amazon.
Purple Haze is about a murder
investigation set in Tennessee. A skull is found in a lake, and a
thirty-year-old mystery is brought to the surface...
Friday, July 26, 2013
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|Always a good suggestion, Tim Gunn.|
|In the comments, what books would you wish this treatment on?|
|I'd argue picking a favorite kid is easier (especially when it's not my kid). Favorite is the quiet one entertaining themselves with a book.|