Once Again, NOVEL in a MONTH, With Feeling

Editing Shift. Setting the clock. Excited, no, not really. Terrified at my own love of failure. You betcha. More on the flip.


Shift – Rewrote Chapter 2 Scene 1. My editor made suggestions, and for some reasons, I just fought the very idea. But it is done. (1172 of 3000)

Editing gives me a head ache. I think I write clear, clean, and economically, and the editor says overwritten, or in the wrong place, or…

Shift – Rewrote Chapter 2 Scene 2. (1438 of 3000 words).

Shift – Added an appropriate mention of the five POV Characters to Chapter 1.

Shift – Rewrote Chapter 2 Scene 3 (533 of 3000 words)

Ironville – Read and performed minor edits on Chapter 1 (2300 word) as part of diving back into that story.

A number of writers I really admire have suggested that writing a book is a form of monogamy. Others, write one novel while editing a finished work. Some just split their time between writing and editing novels, with short stories thrown in the mix. I more of the later, I think. I’m not sure if it will hurt my attempt at writing, but it is how my mind works.

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