Today I answered more emails, and tried to get some writer T-shirts and other things up on Teespring, which has just completely redone their software, causing me to lose all the work I’d put up there over the past couple of weeks.
The upcoming merchandise — T-shirts and bags and a few other things — is all for writers right now. On very good advice from both readers and writers, I won’t be offering any Ohio novel stuff until the series has fans who want it.
So this post is just to let you know I’m around, but that I’m taking the necessary break from the project before I go back to that third outline and set up the document in Scrivener and start writing.
I need to read it cold while I’m entering the outline sentences into each chapter. I’ll be able to spot obvious problems then.
The sly, subtle problems, of course, will hide out until revision to cause the absolute maximum head-beating and swearing.
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