It’s Day 8 and I’m getting my second wind, even on a Saturday. Are you with me?
Today, I have the pleasure of visiting Aimee Jodoin’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman for an interview. When I finished revising the first draft of The Mistaken, I reached out for critique partners. The first was not a good experience, but the second one was, for I found Aimee, and I see her every time I read through my novel, smiling when I remember each suggestion she made. And they’re all still in there, each and every one. I was so excited when we were reunited here on Blogger earlier this year.
As you know, every follower who comments here during my tour will be entered into a drawing for an ARC of The Mistaken and a bookmark. Plus, 5 runner-up winners will each receive an ebook copy. Winners will be determined using Random.org and notified via email.
Monday on Day 9, I’ll discuss a humbling experience over at Heather M. Gardner’s The Waiting is the Hardest Part. Come see the important lesson Heather helped teach me.
THE MISTAKEN ~ the hell of revenge, the hope of redemption
Next stops on The Mistaken Blog Tour:
11/1: Why building a platform is so important at Livia Peterson’s Leave It to Livia
11/19: Arlee Bird’s Tossing It Out for a follow-up on my launch and tour.
What were your first critique partner experiences like?