Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,

1st Feedback for THE THIEF'S MISTAKE

From Ed Greenwood:
Yes, I've read THE THIEF'S MISTAKE, and liked it. The premise should interest fantasy publishers right off the bat. All in all, a good, solid tale. Needs work here and there, but publishable as is, and could be really good. As for the "needs work," here are my picked nits...

Hot damn! Ed liked my book! The nitpicks were good feedback and I agree with them all. But, still! After that, he wanted to know where I'm going to try to get it published. WOOT.

Of course, at this point, I have no idea. I was just working on writing the darned thing. Publishing is a different story.

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