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30 March 2011 @ 06:41 pm
Editing Progress: Ian Hall's Opportunities: Jamie Leith in Darién  
In my role as editor in IFWG Publishing, I have the pleasure of working with new titles coming through our pipeline. I certainly can add Ian Hall's Opportunities: Jamie Leith in Darién, as one of them. I'm at just over 80% through the copy editing phase, and then we turn it over to the proofing cycles.

IFWGP is a speculative fiction specialist publisher, but we don't mind delving into other genres, on occasion. Ian's work is quite long - around 200k, but this is not uncommon for historical fiction.  There is a tendency for historical titles to have a bit more meat to it, and oh, what a delightful repast it is! I have to say it is difficult indeed to refrain from divulging what happens in detail - but let may say this: it has it all. "All in what way?" you may ask. My response is simple - "what do you expect to happen in an adventure set in 1699 with a heck of a lot of sea voyaging?" In the Caribbean. *smirky grin*
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(Anonymous) on April 1st, 2011 04:31 am (UTC)
Jamie Leith.
Love the post. jamie Leith, huh? I'm looking forward to the sequel!
gerryhuntmangerryhuntman on April 1st, 2011 07:20 am (UTC)
Re: Jamie Leith.
sorry, but too cryptic for me to decipher!