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#SaysTheEditors Turning Clients Away

Author: Susan Helene Gottfried

I turned away a client this week. It’s not that I’m currently so backed up that I did it in order to get Steve’s manuscript in front of competent eyes faster (if that had been the case, I’d have called in a subcontractor). Truth is that I’m waiting on about four clients to finish up […]

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#SaystheEditor What If?

Author: Susan Helene Gottfried

Week nineteen. Yep, still counting. I will be until I’m cleared after the final surgery, so count along with me. Over the weekend, Facebook was kind enough to remind me of this post, the one all about Inherent Writerly Insecurity. IWI pops up in interesting ways, doesn’t it? As writers, we face it not just […]

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Lines of Distinction: Something More by Nia Farrell

Author: Susan Helene Gottfried

. . SOMETHING MORE (The Three Graces Book Three) by Nia Farrell. Rachel Givens is supposed to be dead. She has post-rape PTSD and a three-year-old autistic daughter, father unknown. When her former lovers walk into the diner where she works, this single mother learns just how much more she can handle. Nominated for Best […]

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#SaysTheEditor The Mundane and the Not Worth Talking About

Author: Susan Helene Gottfried

Week eighteen has come and gone. Week seventeen since the retinal repair. And really, there’s not much worth talking about. I’m healing. Dodging Frisbees. Starting to get out on my road bike, although it needs to go in for repair; it seems maybe there’s a problem with the front tire. Probably not a surprise, but […]

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Lines of Distinction: Return of the Bad Boy by Jessica Lemmon

Author: Susan Helene Gottfried

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