Posted by on Jul 21, 2009 in News & Events |

When you finally get your novel ready to print and read on paper, and then go through the whole damn thing at a gallop, you wince at your writing tics – the words, phrases and mannerisms on which you over-rely. Here are some of mine, most of which were mercilessly slashed before I sent the third Conway Sax book off to Janet Reid, my peerless agent:

  • My protagonist never drives slowly; rather, he noodles or eases past an address.