The Manuscript is with the Publisher — but what did I learn?

This is Freedom Week for me as I’ve just delivered a 100,000 word manuscript to my US agent and publishers for a new nonfiction book (well encyclopedia actually) on witches, sorcerers and alchemists from ancient times through until the present day. Obviously suggested amendments, edits, corrections and proofs still await me but what did I learn from the writing process?

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Journalist, editor, author & sometime werewolf hunter. Writes, drinks tea, knows things. (he/him) www.urbanfantasist.com + www.twitter.com/urbanfantasist

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Charles Christian

Charles Christian

Journalist, editor, author & sometime werewolf hunter. Writes, drinks tea, knows things. (he/him) www.urbanfantasist.com + www.twitter.com/urbanfantasist

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