I have spent a total of an hour and half on my big plan to revise Blue Loco. Woo-woo. The colored pencils suck for a person with bad handwriting; the chapter tabs are great; and the novel is both better and worse than I remembered.
So far, this process has not been very good for me. What happened to my enthusiasm?
Well, I’ll say one thing about that: I think it would be better for me to write and revise all in one connected period, then edit after the material has cooled for a while. No more writing and then waiting two years to revise. It’s hard to work on the novel when I feel I’m above it, on a higher plane.
I do think that writing is the only way to get better at writing. We’ll see what revising has to offer.
So, you posted this about a week ago, right? How's it going?
Revision: "Re Vision." See again. Look again?
How does BLUE LOCO look different to your 2010 eyes?
Inquiring minds (or just busybodies) wanna know.
Well, I still don't think that the plot has gelled. I need to get Senya a purpose. Do you think if I got one, she would?