Dorkus helps with the editing – NOT!
Well, it seems that everyone’s a critic. I left the pages out for him and he slept on them. Next morning, he’d given his considered opinion by throwing up all over the manuscript.
Beautiful! Thank you very much. Lucky I wasn’t the one to discover it, and my partner cleaned up the mess. Hehe!
But this version of the manuscript was chucked out after being chucked up on. Thankfully, I had finished transferring all the corrections to date to the computer file, and printed a new and clean edit copy which is safely encased in plastic.
I also reserved a place in the blogosphere for Nambucca Valley Writers’ Group, who are my favourite bunch of people. I have been posting the 2006 Year in Review for the group. You can check it out here.
Because it was relatively quiet at work today, I started working on the One-Pass Manuscript Revision on Making the Cut. And yes, I have worked through all the steps of Part One, including condensing the novel into 25 words. I’m still working on the 250 words – that will need a few more revisions.
Another work day (hopefully reasonably quiet again) and then another three day weekend. I just wish every weekend would last three days!