Okay, Blogger friends. Is there EVER
a way to go back and "fix" something? You'll see below that I had a bit of a problem with my post's title. (sound of hand hitting forhead)
THANK YOU, LAURIE
! There is
a pink erarer for blogs, I just hadn't found it. So now (unless you were quick) you didn't see my mistake (no worries, there's sure to be others).
Yes, thank deity, there is! Just click on "Dashboard" at the top your window when you're looking at your blog, then click on "Edit posts". Fix whatever you want and then "Publish" again. Phew!
Thanks, Laurie! Now why won't it let me put a space between what I first wrote and what I added? Now I know where to go for help! :)
Ohhhh dear, I thought your mistake made for a cute title myself. Pardon me while I slap my for(e)head over you finding the era(s)er. As Elvis (Costello) once said, "Accidents Will Happen". I say, "Some are funnier than others."
What did it say??
JoliEEEEEE! You can't do that. What did it say? Come on, come on!
If it makes you feel better, I was a complete dork in my interview of Laini and Jim ("They're going to tell us about what they do together! Er, I mean, what they do! I mean, on paper!") And then I proceeded to ask them to kiss. Then I put it on YouTube, where my dorkage is there for all to hear!
You never make mistakes. I don't understand. Even your burps smell like roses. Will you explain your index cards to me and what the Darcy homework means???
I want to know what it was! Alas, I guess I missed it. As for your stack of index cards below, mine was huge too on the last few passes, and sometimes overwhelming, but seeing the piles shift WAS hugely satisfying. Eventually there does come a time when the manuscript is "finished" -- I know it's hard to believe, but the day does come. On editorial pass 4 now of Silksinger, I remind myself of this. Actually, now there are only such piddly things to deal with, I DO begin to see the end. Have faith. You will get there!
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