Seeking Timeline Partner

Critique partners are worth their weight in gold. So (checking financial page) like $20,000 a pound.
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Honeycomb
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Seeking Timeline Partner

Post by Honeycomb » December 15th, 2011, 8:01 pm

I have the bones written and need to create the muscling. So, I think I will just go alone.

thx tho
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Re: Seeking Timeline Partner

Post by wordranger » December 17th, 2011, 12:14 am

I'd highly recommend finishing your work before sending it to someone to read.

You don't want your story skewed by someone else's ideas. It might go off in a direction you never really intended.

I'd block it all out in an outline, write it the way you want it, and then release it to a reader for an opinion.

Good luck!
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