Steven Hague's Blog – June 2008 Archive (4)

Weekly Blog - 23rd June

I'm on vacation at present - the blog will return next week.

Cheers,
Steve

Added by Steven Hague on June 23, 2008 at 10:00am — No Comments

Weekly Blog - 16th June

As expected, I spent most of last week finalising the latest draft of Blood Law (the sequel to Justice For All). The last thing I did before sending it back to my editor was to read through a printed copy of the novel. This was an interesting and useful exercise, as I hadn’t looked at Blood Law in some time (indeed, I’d already started work on the next novel in the Hunter series). Going back to something in this way enables you to approach it with a fresh perspective. Sentences that read just… Continue

Added by Steven Hague on June 16, 2008 at 10:00am — No Comments

Weekly Blog - 9th June

I spent most of last week working on the sequel to my debut novel, Justice For All. The sequel now has a title – Blood Law – and I received my second (and hopefully final!) set of editorial notes from my publisher on Monday. The editorial process is always challenging. After working on a novel for a number of months, all you really want to hear from everyone that reads it is how perfect it is – to receive any comment other than ‘don’t change a thing’ is in truth a bit of a… Continue

Added by Steven Hague on June 9, 2008 at 10:00am — No Comments

Weekly Blog - 2nd June

Last week, I journeyed down to London to meet Louise Swannell of MIDAS P.R. Louise is the account director charged with publicising my debut novel, Justice For All, and I’m happy to report that my book looks to be in very capable hands. I met Louise in a coffee shop close to the theatre district, where she gave a quick dummy’s guide to the art of publicity, with me playing the role of the dummy. She then went on to quiz me about my writing, my background, my inside leg measurement, etc, as she… Continue

Added by Steven Hague on June 2, 2008 at 10:00am — No Comments

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