Dear Track Changes, I self published a novel a few years back, which was a great experience. The book didn’t become a runaway phenomenon, but I did sell a few copies, and it was great to get feedback on my work from a real, live audience. Since then I’ve written another novel, and though… Read more »
Bonnie Jean Feldkamp is a writer we’ve had the pleasure of working with on a couple of occasions. She recently sent the first page of her memoir, Breaking My Own Heart to Dear Track Changes for a critique. Find Bonnie’s page below and the Track Changes response underneath: Cinco de Derby. May 5, 2007 The… Read more »
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