2021-10-02 (Sa) Gravy Shock Chapter ten edit and uploading

Chapter ten needed editing, so I started that. I typed in Evernote for the rough draft, which has spell-checking, but no other correction measures. For this edit, I used Grammarly, which checks hundreds of English rules. When I was satisfied with the basic grammar of my dialogue, I edited it down a bit for realism. In the first draft, Ness and Jerry tried to explain how the orbits of Earth and Mars made their distance from each other change, and after they finished, there was an emergency. Jerry tried two analogies to help the kids understand, but I interrupted the second explanation with the alarm, and it felt more organic.

I signed up for an Apple podcast creator's account and uploaded the nine finished chapters. I thought it would be free and easy, but I needed to show artwork there was a yearly cost. I nabbed the logo I created for the mega-corporation, Granica, and added the title, Gravy Shock: Ness to one side. It's far from a polished emblem, but it is a suitable placeholder.
Gravy Shock: Ness logo

Files on GitHub.
Interactive 3D houseboat model.

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