Day of the Divided Draft | Deep Editing

Hi everyone,

This is more of an apologetic post than anything. I’ve fallen behind in my editing stages and I’m devoting the next few days to trying to catch up. Which means that I might fall a little silent on the blog front. I’ll try to respond when I can, but I might not be as consistent as I should. So please forgive my absence.

In the meantime, here’s a little snippet that I worked on recently:

The first thing Keira noticed when she reached the open air was the deep cerulean of the cloudless sky above. Wide and expansive, she perceived it as a taunting reminder of endless potentials and horizons, an ideal she had sorely longed for once, a dream that was no longer within her grasp.

Sorry for the rather lacklustre post. I’m hoping to have my short fiction up tomorrow.

Best of luck with all your writing pursuits.

May inspiration flow like ink upon your quill,

Faith  quill-ink

© 2016. Faith Rivens.
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9 thoughts on “Day of the Divided Draft | Deep Editing

  1. I’ve been there. Take the time you need to catch up without letting it stress you too much. The excerpt was short, but full of the wonderful imagery I’m coming to expect from you. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks for your support 🙂 I’m trying to keep the stress at bay. Some days are easier than others. It helps that I have such kind people such as yourself who lend me words of encouragement 🙂
      I appreciate you taking the time to read and comment. I’m glad you enjoyed the excerpt!

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      1. I don’t like it when my writing (or lack thereof) causes me stress, since I think of it as a fun activity. If it feels like work, something needs to change. Good luck with your catching up!

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