The Page 99 Test

The Page 99 test suggests that if you open a book there and read, you get a good sense for the quality of the whole book. I got asked to do a blog entry for The Page 99 Test about The Silver Ship and the Sea. It was actually kind of fun to look and see what I had on page 99.
I tried it for Building Harlequin’s Moon. It held up well there for both editions (hardcover and softcover), with important concepts on the respective page 99’s of each book. Anyway, it was was a fun idea, and I encourage you to go look at the page 99 blog. They’ve moved on past my book now, but I didn’t have a chance to blog this since I was in Hawaii and trying to be unconnected. Sometimes you just have to have a little discipline. The only emails I answered quickly were from editors.

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