The first round of editing for Collision Course has begun. I have been off since Friday and have had a lot of time to edit. As such, I am about halfway through the first editing pass.
About 2 years ago, I had an idea for a short story. I started it, then set it aside because I really didn't know what to do with it. Last year, I caved in to the requests from my writers group and finished it. I still don't know what to do with it. My wife suggested I make it publicly available. Since I have no clue where I would even start to sell this story, I agreed. It's very short and will take about 10 or 15 minutes to read. Please feel free to distribute this story to anyone.
This is normally the time of year when I begin my series on how a writer should be treating their writing as a business. I'm going to defer this until next week. This post is being kept short because I really need to get back to editing. I prefer to do the first editing pass as quickly as possible so the entire story can be processed without delay. That's how I manage to find some of the biggest plot blunders. I've already found a few.
Back to editing.