Saturday, May 25, 2013

Editing. Ugh.

"If there is a special Hell for writers it would be in the forced contemplation of their own works." - John Dos Passos

Yep. Pretty much.


No seriously. That's all I've got for this post.





Does anyone have a two ton bag of chocolate they don't need???



Okay, so maybe this post does have a bit more! (I just ate peanut butter and chocolate. Can you tell??? :P )

I'm about to email my awesome cover designer about changing the synopsis on the back of Ember Flame. Any suggestions? (Book descriptions are NOT my strong suit.)

"Orphan brat Les has longed to discover her true self outside of the dense forest of Grel for her entire life. However, her own insecurity keeps her permanently trapped ... until soldiers incinerate the forest and slaughter the other woodcutters.  Vowing revenge, Les is forced to escape the forest and enter Holdinus- a world plagued with an all-powerful dictatorship, a tyrannical lord, and scattered children with dangerous powers known as the Leverage.

Les must accept her place in the world as Ember Flame, one of the six Leverage. If she cannot find her destiny and the other Leverage, the souls of the people will perish. Will she sacrifice her desires for a world that has been nothing but cruel to her? Or will she succumb to the wills of a tyrant and live a life of numbness?"

Have a great memorial day weekend! :)

1 comment:

  1. Unfortunately, "editing, ugh" is often followed closely by: "Formatting... blech."