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Feeling better.

I finally started feeling a little better around 1800 tonight. wishweaver and I went over another couple of chapters this evening. (Remember, I said chapter five was rough . . . I apparently wasn't kidding. (eeek!)) We may not agree on all the changes that need to be made to the story, but I think it's definitely turning into a stronger story than I'd originally wrote.

I'm starting to enjoy this little section of Star Trek I'm writing, both from the SCE aspect as well as the Starfleet Intelligence (SI). Yes, there is more to Intel than just Section 31. I'd love to pitch an SI story someday. It doesn't necessarily need to be set in the DS9/NG era (although that might be fun now that the stories are moving forward again, esp. with Titan). Personally, I'd love to do a story set in the original series, but we'll have to see.

Coventry is definitely hitting its stride now. Even not feeling very well, I managed to knock out 1,134 words tonight, and that was with spending a bunch of time looking up some information on Vorta, Jem'Hadar and Bajorans on line. I needed to double-check a few things,(always better to catch them before the editor), and that took up a little of my BIC time.

Zokutou word meterZokutou word meter
17,923 / 25,000

Music listened to: Jethro Tull - "Songs from the Wood"

Web Site of Note: Keith DeCandido's Home Page Keith has the unenviable job of being my editor (which luckily only means having to answer a multitude of questions so far). It's mid-July that the real fun starts and he gets my story. I can hear people rushing out to buy stock in red-ink pen companies already.


( 1 howl — Howl with the Pack )
May. 14th, 2005 07:41 am (UTC)
"I can hear people rushing out to buy stock in red-ink pen companies already."

And maybe in pain-killers as you both tear out all your hair? :o)

I'm an SCE fan, so I can't wait to read Coventry!
( 1 howl — Howl with the Pack )

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