On Monday morning I worked on a new book B, which is due at Editor’s desk on November 1.
On Monday afternoon, having received (via US post) final notes from Editor on book A, I made the changes she requested. Read through the book anew and went to bed late. For bedtime reading read a book that pertained to book B.
On Tuesday, I worked some more on book B, and then made some Spanish language corrections on book C, as suggested by a pal who knows a lot more Spanish than I do. I also spoke to an old writing friend who asked me to read the manuscript of her new book. Said yes.
On Wednesday, I received the just arrived galleys of book D, and began to make such changes as I thought necessary.
Chatted (via phone) with new writer about clauses in the contract she has been offered. She told me she had consulted with a currently famous author who told her “I never read my contracts.”
Also checked the internet to read up on how to get rid of newly established family of raccoons.