Of course, obviously, I already have an author website, but I've been feeling that something is missing.
It's just not that interesting to look at. This week, I've started a project of indeterminate length, to try to surmise what is that special something that makes a good author website.
I’m one of those 'this comma is terrible, no wait why is there no comma here? Ugh, grammar sucks. I definitely need a comma here' types of people. For me, the beauty is in the edit.
I used to think the beauty was in the writing, but I’m also one of those people who have these tidal waves of words that crash into me and if I don’t get them down as fast as possible, they wash away. Which means theres not a lot of time for fleshing out characters, adding minor character arcs, mirroring plot points, try-fail cycles and other things that actually make a book worth reading.
Thats where the edit comes in.
This process is going to look a little bit different for everyone. Some people may like to do the copy editing first, or be their own alpha reader. But I thought I would share the process that works for me.
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