So, here is an earlier revised draft of the second chapter of my crime thriller short story, The Lawn, that has a special tie-in to my thriller novella, Missing. Eventually, I want to arrange for a professional line-edit and proof-read then format the short story for ebook, so that you can read it on your favourite device.
It feels as if I’ve been revising and editing a novella for an eternity. Well, maybe not, but it certainly feels like that. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been slowly adding editing notes to my fourth draft.
I’ve been considering sharing the opening scene of a crime thriller short story for quite some time. And, I’ve finally overcome those nerves and decided to press the publish button. So, here is an earlier revised draft of the first chapter of my crime thriller short story, The Lawn, that has a special tie-in to my thriller novella, Missing.
Struggling to Write When Life is Hard, Procrastinating, and Getting Back to Editing | BTS Writing Vlog #13
In this behind the scenes writing vlog, I get honest about struggling to write when life is hard, and I attempt to get back into editing or revising my crime thriller novella, Missing.
After the last video blog, I had finally got around to adding more notes to my fourth draft checklist. I was all prepared and had all my spreadsheets plus scrivener opened. And, that’s when I realised I hadn’t finished writing the first draft of my crime thriller short story, The Lawn.