As of today, 2/12/13 – Fat Tuesday, my intention is to post a scene a week (scenes run 600-1200 words) by Tuesday, and to post the link on Tuesdayserial.com in addition to my blog. I have a bunch in the chute so little details like living/writing with CFS won’t cause me to stop posting. [For a while: note added to appease the Fates.]
Pride’s Children is finished in rough draft – because I prefer to know where something ends before putting it out for public consumption. Each scene is as good as I can make it right now, on a scene-by-scene basis. I am in full, nitpicky revision mode and will be grateful for suggestions and corrections.
SO: If you like my story and/or my writing, BUT something doesn’t agree with you… feel free to leave a comment or email me privately [abehrhardt at gmail] with your suggestion for improvement or your analysis of what’s wrong. [It will help if you put PC or Pride’s Children in the Subject line.] I will read carefully, and may incorporate your suggestion/change what you think is wrong (if I do so, your name, if you wish, will end up on the acknowledgments page – so leave me information where I can ask you for permission). It would help a lot if you also tell me what you DO like to read and any general information about yourself you care to share: your tastes and opinions help me evaluate your comments.
If you don’t like my story and/or my writing, I’m sorry you wasted your time, and I hope that you will find better fodder for your reading habit in other places. I bid you adieu – no hard feelings – with gratitude that you stopped by at all – as you are not likely to return. Thanks.
UPDATED TO ADD that, although I love WordPress, and am very grateful for its wonderful features, I am NOT responsible for where it decides to hyphenate words! I will check curly quotes, em-dashes, ellipses, and hyphens and hyphenation before putting out ebook versions or print versions. Point out problems anyway – thanks!
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