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Hello. I am a very old aspiring writer (just starting at around 50). I read your blog on serials. I thought “gee what a great way to begin writing, and I don’t even have to worry about the finish.” Reading your blog I came to the conclusion that I should do alot more long term planning and arching (though I might die before it ends anyway so what’s it matter ha ha.) but no really, I want my writing to be read and I want it to count. There aren’t a whole lot of Christian on-line serials out there to compare mine with. I would be honored to receive any and all of your criticisms that would improve my work. Pop in over at Cardinal Meadows- the story.com If you have time and and could give me just one or two of your thoughts (good or bad) I would be most honored. My smarter and much well-read brother has just agreed to edit for me. Be forewarned however that I tend to massacre the language and punctuation. But that is being addressed shortly. If you can’t take a peek at it, not to worry, and thanks at least for reading this. God’s richest blessings to you. Noel Goetz
And to you! I’ve just finished finals, so I’ll see if I can’t spend a little time and give you some critique. 🙂
I own my on Publishing company and publish my own novel. So you may consider it self- publishing. Yet I see you reviewed Pamela Samuels Young’s Buying Time. She also set up her own publishing company and sells her novels. So can you clarify your policy. Thanks
It’s your time and your blog Clare, so I respect that you wouldn’t want to necessarily read self published books….but I hope if mine goes down that route, you might just consider bending the rules once in a while! Still….respects to you for your directness 🙂
My inbox would be flooded if I wasn’t direct! (Not that I’m in particularly high demand as a reviewer, but in that if I still get them with this up, imagine if it wasn’t…)