Valuable Information

Because sometimes tubeworms are da bomb.

The ever helpful YA Muses blog has wonderful posts up on the writing process and revision and what the heck writers do to make novels make sense (including cutting mass portions, creating charts—oh, go see, go see). The YAM posts couldn’t come at a better time for me as I struggle with revising Trouble Beneath The Waves—again. Laundry is going, animals are fed, Target run completed, teeth are brushed, bed is made, lavender plants are watered, Courtyard Hounds on “low” in the CD player, doors are all open, letting in the warm, pre-Spring sunshine and air. Aaaaaand—off I go to revise (3 hours until I pick the little man up from preschool). Yes, yes, yes.

About PB Rippey

Writer, wife, mother, grateful. Fiction, memoir, poetry, kidlit (MG), member SCBWI.
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6 Responses to Valuable Information

  1. Talia Vance says:

    Thanks! Did I just see that you are at times an equestrienne? I was one in a former life. I hope your revision day was one of the good ones that lead to wonderful discoveries.

  2. Veronica Rossi says:

    Thanks for the mention & hope today was a great day writing for you. Sounds like the conditions were perfect!

  3. Hooray for uninterrupted revision time! Thanks for the mention — we Muses just write how we work. And we are so happy if it’s helpful! (And by the way, that house on the Cornish cliff? When you get there, let me know if you find another one next door.)

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