Two weeks out from the end of the summer semester. Mamma wants some down time! I guess I should have figured six weeks in which you taught a class, oriented a new group of students, presented to the board, added a level on another campus, and interviewed and hired for a new teaching position would be a little busy, huh? Didn't even see that coming.
All right, world. I *think* that's the last of the Hercules books out to kind people who helped me out with the book. I think next up I need to be thinking about a contest. Here. With amazing Morty Moose tokens. And mythology stuff. Look for something soon. In July. When the semester is over.
Before I move on to the next exciting installment in my series of writing process, you need to take a look at these two links:
Maurissa Guibord on the qualities of a good critique group.
All right. So you've got this manuscript in your hands. What do you do with the darned thing? That's a question if you're both a writer and a reader.
Let's start with the writer then. I know that, as you wipe your brow from the concerted effort of writing your work, that you think your job is over. Guess again, writer san (sorry. Bryon's been building a tori in the garage, and he just had me out to see it) You must continue to be active. There is no passive in writing.
Remember our detachment from yesterday? This is your place to ask questions of your readers. Look over your story. Pin down any issues you might have with:
1. Plot and story
I could do the numbering thing all day.
Mirrored from Writer Tamago.