A Life of Crime and Chocolate

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Editing for authors: because every writer needs a good editor.

Shakesbear

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Hello shakes! Life under COVID can be like that, can't it? But you and I are still here, despite that year, and I am very grateful for that!
So good to know you are still here! X I am also grateful to be here. Stay safe.
 

cmhbob

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Where's the vacuum cleaner? Time to freshen this place up a bit. Can we rearrange the furniture or something?

I'm up to my wrists on the outline for the first book in my next series. What's everyone else up to?
 
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So I started the first draft of the first book in the new series, and after 600 or so words, wasn't really feeling it.

Now I'm 200 or so words into an alternate opening. Feels a little better, I think. Maybe. Possibly.
 

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Hi Guys :) Here's a piece of chocolate.

I'm sitting at work, pretending to do something important, when in reality I'm fawning over this amazing new forum that I just got accepted to :D

Currently writing a Thriller based on the main Character's adventure, which turns out is only a delusion and he is an escaped mental patient. (Still a work in progress)
 

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Welcome! Thrillers are fun to write. I find, well I've only finished one (last stage of editing), them like writing a puzzle.