Busy is Good ( my new mantra)

Yes, Busy is Good! I’m happy to say that a steady flow of book projects in and back out to authors has been the norm here at Meg Edits this summer. It’s been exciting to go from contemporary romance to historical fiction, novella to 155,000 word multi-volume saga, established indie authors to an exciting debut novel.

Of course, the usual summer fun and games is happening in our home life and establishing a good and productive Work at Home routine is a priority.  Since we’re a relatively mobile family, I’ve upgraded my laptop to a more easily portable and more functional system so I can work on the go, split my screens and hop amongst multiple platforms as well. I’d like to thank the good folks at Dell for the bargain of the summer that I snatched up last week. Of course, this means that I have a week or so to get used to Windows 8.1 before Windows 10 downloads automatically on July 29th.  Wish me luck!

I’ve also added Scrivner to my software toolbox, for anyone who’d prefer edits done directly in Scrivner. It looks like it’s going to be fun to get to know; luckily for me Word 2013 is both new and familiar – and on the new laptop.

I’ve been enjoying Chuck Wendig’s writing advice and hope you’ll check out his Terribleminds blog, if you’re not a subscriber already.  Terribleminds is always a good read.

All the best to you and best wishes for a wonderful time in the Big Apple for everyone attending #RWA15!


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