Revisions are tough!
After embracing the flippancy and adolescent carelessness of first drafting, my writing suddenly needs to grow up and get a job. 327 more words
I recently finished the first draft of my first novel. I immediately felt a tremendous sense of accomplishment and elation. I knew the process was far from finished, but I thought I would probably take a break from the novel and revisit it for further edits in a few weeks. 134 more words
It was the social event of the season. The dreariness of winter’s depths in 1833 would be dispelled by a glittering masquerade ball given by Lieutenant-Colonel Duncan McDougall and the local British army garrison. 651 more words