As he finishes his editing of the first draft of his debut novel, one man discusses his thoughts on the project and the changes made to his work.
Because it obviously makes more sense to talk about the status of his work instead of actually working on it, a humble author gives an update about the work undertaken on another nine chapters of what will certainly become the greatest novel ever written.
We have the categories
‘rational — irrational’
‘safe — dangerous’
‘effective — inefficient’
We think differently and want to teach this to you
I did a bit of writing in June.
I even did more editing.
Taking part in Twitter’s #JuneWritingChallenge, I monitored my progress, which I am now sharing with you, dear reader.
Daniel meets William on a Monday afternoon, when he’s busy at work and absolutely doesn’t have time to think about a cute student who sees and understands far too much. Daniel is living on a knife’s edge and he doesn’t know what’s going to happen to him when he falls. Will he land safely? Or will this be the end?
Meeting William might save him. Or it might kill him.
Independent books are wondrous, miraculous things.
Let me tell you why…