I’m writing this book in pieces, not from top to bottom. I like to compose by wandering around mumbling to myself until something’s ready to type, and then it all just flows out onto the screen. An old friend of mine, Fredson Bowers, who bred Irish Wolfhounds, said, “When you gotta whelp, you gotta whelp.”
As I produce short sections, sometimes just a paragraph or two, I’ll post them on this blog to attract comments from friends. (Well, and from enemies too.) I’ll use Facebook to announce new postings. Each post will include the frame explaining the whole project, the immediate context if I’ve already written it, as well as the new material.
I want responses along several lines. Does this make sense? Will a general reader/writer understand it? Is there a better way to explain it? Can you suggest alternative techniques? What else would you like to tell me? Etc.
I appreciate anything you want to tell me. Please be candid. Thanks in advance for your help.