Writing Journal – The Fall of the Stone – 11 June 2023

Yes! Finally! I finished the story and for the last two weeks I proofread and revised it. Today, I sent it off to my beta reader – who has also read the first two books The Path of the Stone and The Rise of the Stone and given me very helpful beta reports. I like using her services, she is very good, professional, and sincere.

I usually feel like reaching a major milestone when I finish writing a book, but when I finished The Fall of the Stone, I was relieved, but didn’t feel as elated. Strange, maybe I feel that way because at some points I struggled writing the story and I had some ongoing periods of writer’s block.

Anyway, I am glad I got to the end! It looks like I’m going to reach my publishing deadline, after all! 🙂

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