|New story and a couple observations
||[Oct. 28th, 2007|02:29 pm]
Inkpool Writers' Group
This story is the first draft of something I turned in for our last fiction workshop. I have some ideas for revising it, like adding a little more back story to flesh it out a bit (I wrote it the night before it was due, which is why it's so short), but other suggestions are welcome too. It's a prose adaptation of a song that Damien Rice did, called Cheers Darlin'. I'll probably change the title later so it's not so....stolen....haha, but I was in a hurry.|
I also want to point out that, yes, the group activity has diminished since we first got started, but that when something is posted I try to leave at least some sort of comment (though I admittedly don't always succeed), and so does hydingjekyll, but that when either of us posts something, other than commenting on each other's stuff, everyone else rarely offers feedback themselves. Instead of trying to point the finger at anyone, all I want to do by saying this is point out that I might as well just send stuff to him outside of the group. It's getting rather pointless for me to leave stuff here. So I'd kind of like to know if I should just go that route and not put stuff here anymore. I joined this originally because I thought it was going to be more of an actual community, rather than a sporadic, two-way conversation. :-\ Anyway, here's the story.