2018-02-16 (F) Weekly Summary

During chapter thirty-five, I considered stopping the story once the loose ends were wrapped up. There were enough words to fill a novel, and there was enough story to complete an arc. This idea was bouncing around my head all week.

Chapters thirty-six and thirty-seven introduced new characters not vital to the first story arc. Their interactions would be removed if the story was cut off. For now, the story will continue.

Chapters thirty-eight and thirty-nine were longer than most other chapters. Keeping up with the flow of two chapters per day has remained fairly consistent.

Chapter forty featured a strange mix of characters who were new but helpful. It would have been possible to complete the chapters without them, but they also gave the chapters some substance which would have to be replaced if they were gone.

Chapters forty-one and forty-two were edited, but I was tired when it was time to read the chapters aloud. In many other cases or project work, leaving work for the next day is acceptable, but I already knew that a long gap between silent and out loud editing was not ideal. Afterward, it felt like making the editing effort was the best choice.

Here is a link to the text as it is being edited. Charged: DesertIrish partially edited

Charged: DesertIrish

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