Gail Anderson-Dargatz asked me if I would like to do a guest post on her blog about the experience of structuring Flicker, and I of course said yes. You can read the post here at Gail's website. I really enjoyed taking a step back after publication and thinking about the process from this vantage point -- thank you so much, Gail, for the invitation.
Although Gail and I didn't work together on Flicker, I did hire her to do a developmental edit on my yet-to-be-published novel Dearest Clara. Her advice was immensely helpful, and made it so much easier to see the path I needed to take with revisions. If you're interested in working with Gail on a manuscript, check out the details on her website, here . I highly recommend her work.