(Come on....you know you want to.)
It's a work of art. ;)
Thanks Tricia. Looks Neo Classical Post Modern Impressionistic Information Age with a dash of Gustave Dore.Lupe F.
As long as you can read and understand what all the notes mean, that work of art will one day be a part of a finished YA manuscript.Thanks for sharing a glimpse into your revision.
Susanne, I now make notes on notecards to remind me about my notes. Thanks for patronizing Pen & Ink.Lupe F.
Now that is a gritty, realistic look! Thanks for sharing your traumatized page.
Julie - only hundred more traumatic pages to go.Lupe F.
Are those tear smudges I detect a the top? And who took a bite out of the lower right corner? Hmm. If I were your manuscript, I don't think I'd be coming back for more of that treatment. And the worms make it look as if you pulled it out of the composting bin. Lupe! Your writing deserves more respect! I know. I've read it.
Rilla, I respect my writing in the morning.Lupe F.
Ha, ha regarding the respecting your writing. Fun post, but Rilla is right. Medicine Boy rocks! I'm glad you're still revising it.
If they only knew. Every aspiring writer should take this to heart.
Lori - My colleagues at Pen & Ink read every agonizing word of Medicine Boy and write productive comments. Janet - I wanted to illuminated the craft side of writing as oppose to the illicit carnal activites associate with the glamorous writer life-style.
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