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Day 4 of the Veins Blog Tour

September 8th, 2014

Vortex CoverYes, this really is Day 4, just as my previous post (also dated September 8) really was Day 3. It seems the date in my WordPress settings went a little crazy and moved to another time zone. But it’s all corrected now. Amazing what a little revision can do. Which bring us to the topics of revision and going crazy (both of which I cover in a guest installment over at one of my favorite blog sites, Stephanie Wytovich’s Join Me in the Madhouse).

The guest blog considers why writers should listen to those inner voices that know when something is finished . . . and when it isn’t. Along the way, it draws on insights by Patrick Rothfuss, Truman Capote, and others who have struggled with seeing works through to completion.

Most significantly (for me at least) it answers a question that I’m sure is foremost on your mind. Namely: “When’s Vortex coming out?” To find out, all you have to do is click here . . . and I’ll meet you on the other side.

Image:
Rhonda Libbey’s cover for
Vortex: Book Three of the Veins Cycle, coming November 4.