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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Chapter One Hundred Five, in which Criticism is sought

Among the sadder things in the life of this book-fancier is the dispersion of friends. Lately, we relate so few of the adventures of Tiresias, Erato, Leander, and Callisto because they are now far-flung across this great land. And not only do we dearly miss their companionship, we also have come face to face with a void in our writing. Honest and insightful critics come in no better variety than theirs. And though the glory days of the mighty Quilldrivers may be over, the writing still must be done.

At Crapometer, the first chapter of our current project has been posted for your perusal. As we know our Dear Readers are astute, tasteful, and demanding, we would be grateful if all three of you would click over, read our arrangement of words, and leave some feedback. What works for you? What doesn't? What is unclear or confusing? What sentence took your breath away? Do you want to read more, or do you want to toss your computer out the window and stick with real writing from real authors?

If interest is good, and feedback is valuable (good and bad), we will likely continue to reveal the draft at Crapometer. Thanks for your time, and Happy Reading!


  1. I followed your link to Crapometer which is a complete understatement for your project by the way. I loved it~ I want more and will be checking up on you! I am also adding you to my favorites. Can I be your #4 Dear Reader?!?! :)

  2. Rachel, thank you so much for stopping by and taking time to read. Let's all welcome Dear Reader #4!