Monday, January 09, 2006


First drafts are for learning what your novel or story is about.
--Bernard Malamud

I've found this quote to be true with Hannah and Ben's story. I'm finding out what the story is about only as I write the story. Last week I talked with a coworker about my problems with this particular one, and I think I'm finally back on track. I'm getting to know Ben better and hope that will continue. At some point, I need to come up with a working title for this story.

I'm slowly revising In Her Eyes as well. I hope to have it revised in March; then perhaps I can send it to a few test readers to get more input.

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