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Comments on: "The Queen and I: Working with your Editor" (6)

  1. Thanks so much for diligence in helping, Laurie. I’m in less pain today and visit Dr. on Thursday. He’s said it is a long process due to nerved pain and sciatica. Keep me in your thoughts… Blessings, Bette

  2. You don’t sound well at all Bette. 🙁 I popped over to Ernesto’s blog and left a comment. I’ll send you some healing for your back if you want it.

    • Thanks, Laurie. I can use all the support I can get. A good day here & there keeps my spirits up. Send away! <3 And, again, THANKS!

      • You’re welcome Bette. I sent some last night, (Reiki) and I’ll do it every time I think about it. I empathise with you, lower back pain is terrible. Take care.

  3. INDEED & I think I’ll need one. Still working on self-edits & rewrites for my novel. Ruptured disc and pinched sciatic nerve killing me (OUCH). Hope you’re feeling better each day. You are such a trooper with all of your posts etc. I’m really falling behind. Let’s keep holding each other UP dear friend! XO

  4. I LOVE editors. I’m a good one … but not of my own work. All my best work has been done with an editor backing me. Even when they make you rewrite that whole section, they are right. And the book is better as a result. A good editor is a treasure.

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