A week of ends, loose or otherwise.
I managed, a week or so ago to send the last draft of my book ‘TheDiary of a Trainee In-Law’ to my editor. Then, in rapid order I finished an edit of my next collection of short fiction Life, DEATH and Other Characters’ and let it join the queue at my editor. I also need a cover so that’s been commissioned. And then I dusted off the latest instalment of my Harry Spittle Sagas, The Labours of Harry which has been fermenting for a while to edit it. It needed a lot less than I imagined and is in good shape.
If anyone fancies a beta read… you don’t need to have read the earlier books to enjoy it. It’s 1997, Harry is now 40, a partner in his law firm, up for management and knee deep in the sludge of office politics. He’s also going through his own midlife crisis, may be caught up in a terrorist plot to impact the upcoming general election and something odd has happened to his penis. All fairly typical for hapless Harry.
Of course were you happy to read, I’ll gladly reciprocate. Just let me know via the comments or the contact button.
Otherwise it’s been a quite week. We’re spending a few days in Suffolk enjoying the summer weather. For some of us, this is exhausting.