Agree with that. I suspect it's been through the wringer in terms of writing groups, etc.Dug Up...I did think it was a promising beginning. I missed the first 3 minutes last night. The title's got that double meaning going on, I thought it was quite good but could be stronger.
I think they are asking us to be careful what what we type in the Discord chat room as @AgentPete has developed a habit of putting it up live on the screen and therefore it can later be read here (and elsewhere). A modicum of self control is therefore asked for from the participants.Unfortunately missed yesterday's submissions, but will catch up. Did something happen in the chat room? I see it is on notice, or have I misunderstood?
From what I've seen, (three weeks so far), that seems to happen quite often. Very funny some if it, but not very on topic.
I quite like Sounding Board actually.
I know what you mean, It would be quite a gimmick, but it seems a bit defeatist to me. Why write something and then not let the readers read it?Does anyone know of an author who has used redacted text in a published novel? Could actually be a very powerful technique if done in the right way!