It took all day to go through the revision notes. I did manage to get most of them put into the manuscript when I did the major revision run, but there were three that were incomplete, and one that I didn’t get in at all.
Only one of the issues caused me trouble. For most of the points, I was able to go to one chapter in the manuscript and put in the needed information, dialog, or what-have-you. The last revision point, however, required work in three different parts of the novel and accounted for most of the new words yesterday.
I didn’t mind. 92k is a great wordcount for a novel, and the additions did add needed details to the story. I think the story is the better for it.
Today I go through chapter by chapter and make sure all the tiny stuff is taken care of. Things like problem words, punctuation mistakes, and other fiddly stuff. There are also two chapters I want to take a look at, as I’m worried they may be a little too long.
Anyway, off to get to work! I’m so excited that it’s almost done!
“The String Weavers” Book 4
Yesterday’s Revision Session: 1,936
Total for Novel (Out of 100k): 92,472
What is the “The Mother Hen String Weaver Project?” I’m glad you asked! Read here to find out.
To help out with Mother Hen’s treatment: