“There can only be one!” Drew McVittie and I reminisce about the film HIGHLANDER, chat about Vic and Lornk, and writing in general on his blog The Scribblings.
Today, I’m joined in the reading room by A.M. Justice, author of A Wizard’s Forge.
Drew: So, first of all, thank you for joining us this evening. So tell us, what are you currently working on?
A.M.: The sequel to A Wizard’s Forge, a book called A Wizard’s Sacrifice. I’d planned/hoped to release it this year, but it’s been a bear and I’m still working on it.
Drew: Are you into the editing stage or still drafting?
A.M.: I’m revising based on beta reads and my editor’s suggestions. Forgive me for getting on my high horse, but I have to say how much I hate using the word “editing” when one means “revising.” A development editor may call his or her work an “edit” but that is providing the author with suggestions for REVISIONS the author must make to make the work better. An author “edits” at…
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