But that does not mean the journey is over, not by a long shot.
Here are some of things Angela did for me (in no particular order):
1. Line edited/critiqued a novel.
2. Critiqued a second novel.
3. In the case of 1 and 2 she had wonderful insights and offered many suggestions for making my novels MUCH better.
4. Helped with a query letter.
5. Offered suggestions and helped with an agent search.
6. Made suggestions about where I might find some Beta readers.
7. Sent links to helpful sites (I pass them on below.)
8. And lastly, she bravely suffered through a time of crisis when I seriously thought about giving up, throwing in the towel, calling it quits. SHE did not give up on me. And so, I go on.
I really cannot say enough about Angela. She who has a family, a thriving blog, books of her own to write and revise and who knows what all else going on in her life, had time for me; gives her time generously to those who win critiques. I am humbled and honored.
Thank you, my dear.
Here are the links (some of these you may know):
Renaissance Learning (type in the title and get info like word count, age, grade/reading level.)
BookFinder (another place to find books similar to the one you're writing.)
So, what have you learned in the last month or two to three?