I'm still trying to catch up on things - this always happens when a book goes off to my ed. Because I've concentrated totally on the book, focusing all my attention on that, and ignoring a lot of things for 'when the Book is done' (affectionately know in this house as WTBBID!) then I have so much to do when I have a moment to breathe.
And this time of course, when I wasn't focusing on the book then I was dealing with admin for the course for Relax and Write at Weetwood Hall! So my house/office/life is in a bit of chaos right now.
Anyway - talking of courses and teaching and such. Today's post on the mini blog tour to celebrate the publication of A Question of Honor is a craft post written specially for this blog tour. It's also to mark the republication of the revised ebook of the 12 Point Guide to Writing Romance which is selling wonderfully - my thanks to everyone who has bought a copy !
You can find it over on Revising and Editing and in this post I'm talking about How To Handle Transitions between Scenes - or Chapters.
If you're trying to get published and are interested in learning more about the craft, I hope you'll find it useful.
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