Suzee Delight revision finished!

Suzee-DELIGHT-132x200-FINAL-FLATOver the last two days, I’ve done 10,000-ish words per day on the write-in revision for Suzee Delight.

I’m VERY happy with the way it turned out.

I’ll do type-in tomorrow.

Getting close to being able to take it live.

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5 comments… add one
  • Claudette Aug 9, 2014 @ 12:51

    That’s terrific news, Holly. Looking forward to seeing the finished product.

  • Irina Aug 6, 2014 @ 5:25

    Yeah 😀 I am so looking forward to read it!

  • Jessie Haynes Aug 5, 2014 @ 14:55

    Wow – how long did it take you to do the revision for Light Through Fog?

    • Holly Aug 6, 2014 @ 5:37

      I don’t remember exactly at this point, but I do remember that when I took the job, I had something like six weeks to turn in a finished story, and I was using writing the story as the demo for a class, so I had hardly any time to actually write it.

      By the time I got down to revision, I think I was nose up against my turn-in date.

      So probably about a day for the write-in. Probably a day or two for the type-in. A LOT of revision gets done during type-in.

      I have a good system, though. By the time I finish first draft, I already have in-manuscript notes on the parts I know I broke while writing, and I have all my tools for fixing the stuff I find as I read. 😀

      So short story revisions go quickly.

      • Jessie Haynes Aug 7, 2014 @ 15:45

        I am taking HTRYN for the first time and using a short story with HTTS surgical marks. I am very pleased to have the insight these have provided as I move forward. Thanks for answering this, Holly 🙂

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