I sent it out Friday. It’s been over a year since I sent a story out for beta-reading. No one has replied yet. Has it been too long since I reached out to them?
I sent it to a fellow LitE author to look at. I’m going to give her a chance to provide feedback before I send it out to my usual beta-readers.
I am doing the final edits on “Carpooling With My Sister”. I’m searching the story now for my “bad” words. Right now, I’m work on “then”. I’m a then-aholic.
Now it’s time to start editing “Carpooling With My Sister”.
Probably will be published on Thursday.
I haven’t gotten “The Prodigal Sister” back from my editor yet. I’m writing the final scene for my next story, “Commuting With My Sister”. It’s at 13K words, so it’ll end about 4 LitE pages.
The name is now “The Prodigal Sister”. It started off as “Back To The Farm”. I may change my mind again. It really depends on how important I decide it is to have Farm in the title. I want my titles to be a short summary of my story and the story is set on a farm. But is that important? Will putting Farm in the title get me more clicks?
I’ve got to do one final pass, and then it’ll be ready to send to an editor. As it’s so short, I’m not going to send it to beta-readers. Current title is “Prodigal Sister Returns To The Farm”. A commenter pointed out the “returns” is redundant, but I couldn’t figure out how to put “farm” in the title without it.
I need to finish the ones I like and get them published.
I’m currently editing a story that I’m leaning towards calling, “The Prodigal Sister’s Return”. It’s short – not even two LitE pages.
I’ve been thinking a lot about stories that wind up in some way polyamory. I’m thinking I want to alternate those with MF stories.
I’ve been working on a story called “The Summer Project” that’s about five cousins working together for a summer. It’s at 17.5K words and I’m still setting the table.
So I decided to take a break from that and write a stroker. “Back to the Farm”. It’s not even a page yet and they’re having sex. Something different.