Tag Archives: beta-reading

Order in which I wrote Wind Age

I was looking through my notebook yesterday, and found the first drafts of the first scenes of Wind Age. The scene that came, in third person, to start the whole thing, takes up a few pages; and then on the … Continue reading

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Introductions and Salutations

My work today is mainly on writing an introduction to Wind Age, giving historical context and such things so as to avoid infodumping in the story itself. Part of that means I’m reviewing a lot of sources I haven’t looked … Continue reading

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In the words of Fripsky von Chiggatron, “Do tell!”

I started Wind Age a year ago this month, as near as I can figure. Since it’s being beta-read right now, it’s on my mind a lot even apart from the anniversary, so my posts this month are going to be, … Continue reading

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Call for Beta-Readers

After a hectic start to school, an unexpected delay in the return of my family, and a blizzard, I finally return to the haunts of men. I could dump here all my thoughts concerning science and religion as they came … Continue reading

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