Jack, we might suit each other. I usually exchange chapter by chapter or story by story, never more than 30 pages, and I use track changes. I need someone honest, and I tend to be pretty darn frank myself. My feeling is that you take what you can use and ignore the rest.
Hi Jack -- Your series sounds really interesting. Richard Kunzman left a comment on my page saying that his editor said that financial thrillers are hot right now. For both our sakes, let's hope that's true. By the way, if you like financial crime stories, you might like Peter Spiegelman's "Black Maps." Reece
I write mysteries, romantic suspense, just published with Desert Breeze WHEN SERPENTS DIE. The second in the series, HONORED DAUGHTERS due out in October. Am working now on a noir PI, something new for me.
Good morning from south Georgia (USA). I write crime fiction - romantic suspense, mystery/thrillers (both St. Martin finalists, alas one is not a winner and since April 1 is almost upon us (the deadline for announcing winners) I'm not hopeful. I wrote one romance and one ghost story set on the Outer Banks. I'm a retired journalist (Atlanta Journal Constitution) and loved reporting from the OB. It got to be my beat when the park service planned and then moved the Cape Hatteras lighthouse. Thanks for asking. Gerrie
No Jack, it was done by Nathalie Kycher Moore at Echelon Press. She has just picked up two awards for her design work. Like Al McGuire said to the waiter when brought a one clawed lobster to his table, "take this one back and bring me the winner."