Hey, everyone! Welcome to the first podcast of Kimberly’s Corner. I decided to do this so there would be a way for me to stay on top of questions I get regularly. Feel free to email me whatever you would like to know. I’ll do my best to answer them. If I can’t, I’ll be honest about that too!

The premiere episode covers the question I get asked most often:

What do you use to write?

My answer is simple: Scrivener – vs – Microsoft Word

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  1. I’ve just finished Steel Resolve and thought it was a good novel but contained so many flaws. The story line was very good but the very frequent incorrect words was so distracting. It seemed as if you created your manuscript using a voice recording rather than typing it and then did not proof read it for words that were incorrectly recognized by the software. This was especially true in the last few chapters. I tell you this as an honest appraisal, so that you can improve the proof reading of your future books before publication. You are able to truely flesh out your characters so that they come alive in your story. It was very well written and it’s a shame to have it unpolished.

    1. In Sept we did a page 1 rewrite. I had to dictate it and did go through it. I’m rather angry and disturbed that it was so flawed. I’ve sent it to my editor for her to attack fully. Before the rewrite the books were all edited professionally.

      I normally type, but due to two shoulder procedures, dictation is what I have to use. This issue will never happen again on this scale. I cannot promise perfection, but it will never be this level. If you would like a copy when my editor is finished, I would be happy to send you one.

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