It’s the first Wednesday of the month (just – sneaking this post in at 30 minutes to midnight) so it’s time for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group post – this month I am going to talk about:
I’ve colour coded my WIP, Tetrana, in Scrivener to show whose point of view each scene is from and to show if a scene has been edited or not. But whenever I plan to sit down to actually do the editing I can’t seem to do it. The drafting process is where I feel most comfortable and I think I’m afraid of ruining things by interfering. I’m also using Scrivener’s snapshot feature to make sure I have the option to go back but this month I’m after advice to move forward. I really want to finish a full draft. Please help.
Secrets and Silent Times
Just a quick post to say I’ve been busy editing The Slingink Prize/The Slingink Junior Prize Anthology 2010 – Secrets and Silent Times. The cover was designed by Russel Herneman who also has a story in the anthology.
Contributor’s copies were sent out yesterday after 20 mins of weighing and labelling packages (felt sorry for the lady in the post office and the people building up in the queue behind me) and I won’t say how long taping them up the night before.
If you are looking for a Christmas present for an avid reader Secrets and Silent Times can be purchased from Slingink’s Lulu Spotlight Storefront along with our other publications (speaking of which I have to get to work on Vol 2 of the magazine).