Day Twenty Nine – Thirty: Read, Writing, and (getting into a) Rhythm

Okay, so the title is a stretch. It’s hard to be clever sometimes.

While reading through the book, I found a couple of weird punctuation errors I need to correct, and since I need to change something anyhow, I decided to make a couple of small formatting changes as well. Hopefully this won’t take more than a couple of days and I’ll be back in the submission queue.

If you are reading this, you also know I have been posting a ton of updates today. I’ve been so slammed with just getting things done, I didn’t have time to update the blog as much as I had hoped. Luckily, I was keeping notes of major events in a draft email so I could later go back and fill in the blank spots for the past couple of weeks. Sorry about the barrage.

All this writing though has a great effect on both my confidence and mood. I needed a day just to put things down, collect my thoughts, do some reflecting, and get mentally ready for the next phase of the journey… writing the next book. Yepper, book two, The Dragon Riders. If I have any hope of hitting my goal of a Spring release, I need to start rolling on this starting tomorrow. Writing all the blog posts has helped me get back in the swing of writing, akin to stretching before lifting weights.

So, while I continue to make corrections to the interior and exterior of The Dragon Rustler, I’ll also be keeping you guys abreast of the writing process.

Wish me luck.

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About Anthony A. Kerr

Anthony A. Kerr has always been a storyteller. Whether it was acting out elaborate plots with Star Wars figures when he was little, writing really, really, bad movies in high school, or creating weekly comic strips at work. Stories are always swirling around in his head, yelling at him to put them down on paper. Anthony grew up in Wooster, OH and currently lives in Denver, CO with his wife and three children.
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