Tuesday, October 23, 2007


My revision is coming along smoothly I'm happy to report. When do you know you're on the right track though? Is it a comfortable feeling? Does a lightbulb click on and stay lit? And, um, when do you stop???

6 comments:

Alex said...

My guideline is to stop when I'm down to changing individual punctuation marks (that aren't grammatically incorrect, of course). Usually that means I've addressed all the big issues. Who said that no work of art is ever finished, just abandoned? They were dead on.

87 said...
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Kim Stagliano said...

87! LOLOLOL! And Alex, abandoned is a great way of saying finished too.

ORION said...

You never know until someone reads your book and tells you it was wonderful!!!LOL


Love those white eyes!

Kim Stagliano said...

Scary, aren't they, Pat? And thanks for nothin! :)

Stephen Parrish said...

You know you're done when you'd rather chew rocks than read it again.

The picture would make a good cover for a book about zombies. Just in case you were looking to make a buck.