There comes a time when you have to quit editing and declare a project done. Move on to the next one. I’ve reached that point with Courtesan.
I’ve done all I can with the novel.
I’ve layered and cut producing a novel of 54,333 words.
Does it mean there aren’t corrections to make? Of Course not but I need another set of eyes at this point. I’ve asked for some BETA help, to get that big picture feel, but I can’t continue edits without wrecking voice.
The good news. This is ready to get looked at by an agent or editor. In my opinion, any changes that need to be made will be to satisfy the readership, not me. And that’s okay, I’m used to working with editors to make appropriate changes. That’s part of meeting reader expectation.
Now its time to move on to Book 2: The Alchemists of Archangel.
Hopefully, The Courtesan of Constantinople doesn’t sit too long on my virtual shelf, trying to find a home.~Tina