Tomas slowly made his way down the dimly lit hall. He walked with a limp, and the metal apparatus around his leg protested his every move.
Just a tiny tease from the first draft of New Worlders. 🙂
Last WW: The Tortise and the Hare
I’ve talked before about how it’s important that you complete more than one draft. I just finished up a short story that I have for the upcoming The Z Chronicles, and learned this lesson all over again. I thought that I had a good story that would only need minor tweaking. I was wrong. Turns out, all I have is bones. There were a lot of things that needed to be changed.
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Last Week’s WW: For Love or Money
Some people will tell you that writing the first draft of a book is the hardest part of the process. Others will tell you that it’s doing revisions, or waiting for your book to finally come out. Everyone has an opinion on which part is the hardest part, but in my experience, everyone is wrong. Continue reading