Editing Catch-Up: Moving Onto The Final Draft

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Today is another installment of Editing Catch-Up!

Everyone was so very helpful after the last post, that I decided I need to keep you all updated. (And maybe this will help me stay accountable!)

Anyway, since last time, I have gotten out of my slump and have finally finished the second edit of Not Like Everyone Else! Thank you all so much!


Now onto hopefully the final edit before I publish it! I’m hoping that I’ll be ready to publish before December, but I just don’t know. I’m really excited to share my story with everyone, as this is my longest book to-date! I enjoy writing, and now that I am finally putting my books out there it is all starting to feel so real to me.

Update (1/718): I’m really slow and it’s taking me a lot longer to edit than I initially thought. I’ve also hit a lot of road bumps along the way. I promise I will have Not Like Everyone Else out as soon as possible.

I will keep you all updated on Not Like Everyone Else even though I will be setting out on another book writing journey in November! Come back next week where I will have more information about NaNoWriMo 2017!

For those of you who don’t know about Not Like Everyone Else

Synopsis: Ryan can’t seem to get her memories in order. When she breaks it off with her long-term boyfriend, Corey, she can’t help but feel free. But mysterious events keep Ryan asking “just what happened?” After her family moved to Ryton, after Carter goes missing, after Jacob is in the hospital. All of these afters, but Ryan can’t remember the befores. With Harper and Elliot by her side, Ryan can only hope that she does not forget… again. Will Ryan be able to recover her memory to figure out what happened when it all went dark?

Stay tuned for the cover reveal and the publication date (to be posted about as soon as I can get everything together!)

Thank you all for your support!

sign off Jenn Bound to Writing


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23 thoughts on “Editing Catch-Up: Moving Onto The Final Draft

    1. Thanks! I like updating everyone on my progress. It makes me feel as if I’m not writing this book alone.

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