The edits are done. (To anyone who wonders why it takes me so long - that was nearly 3000 corrections, and as you insert the page positions change. I wish I was less gifted at grammatical errors and little things like leaving out words)
We had do a mercy killing of one of Rosemary's crippled chooks today. Other than some drawing and plucking... editing. But it's done now. Tomorrow I going fishing and then have our new writer's circle first get together.
New writing circle? Nice. Did you organize it, or was your presence a seed that caused an existing solution to crystallize?ReplyDelete
Rock 'n Roll, a writer's circle nogal. You are an inspiration.
I can't quite decide whether the ritual sacrifice of a chook was for the editing or the new writers' circle, but it does seem appropriate for both, somehow :-) Just don't get the black candles out yet.ReplyDelete
Did he put the four wards in place first?ReplyDelete
Abigail - it was suggested (at Scottish dancing) and I said 'sure'. I hope it'll be fun and as much help and inspiration the Nottingham Road one was to me.ReplyDelete
Tantalus -or an expiration (the garlic was vicious tonight)ReplyDelete
Mike, for new writers' circles we normally bury an editor at each corner ;-). So it had to be a celebration of a book about Hekate.ReplyDelete
Quilly - I even put back wards in place!ReplyDelete
if you work the edits from the back to the front then you can avoid the pages changing thingReplyDelete
Francis - that would make sense and work if I waited for B to finish before I started.ReplyDelete
And you probably sat on the pro log when presenting your rules for riting, didn't y'a?ReplyDelete