A3Writer: May Wrap-Up
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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

May Wrap-Up

     Well, it seems as if almost all I'm doing on here is posting wrap-ups. I'm not going to take that as a necessarily bad thing, though, since for the most part it keeps me writing where I'm supposed to. I've been working on chapter synopses for my book, a project that was very daunting at first, but has eased some as I've been going through the work, yet I am very much of the mind that from now on, I write a synopsis to a chapter as soon as I finish writing it, just as I will proofread and edit the writing I do on a daily basis. Even if once published I no longer need to write synopses, I think it's a good practice and reference for me later on. I've found that I forget quite a bit over the time it takes to write such a long work, so I can use little reference materials to help me from time to time. Anyway, I'm closing in on submitting this monstrosity to a publisher, during which time I'll make a final revision to things and see about getting an agent.

Enjoy the chart.

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