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Write In-White Out: Hydeditor

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If only it were this easy to switch between writing and editing. ^_^
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Jun 13, 2009, 7:19:28 PM
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tirsden's avatar
:lmao: I actually tend to edit as I go, and then edit the chapter/section again after it's written. And if I did it in a notebook, as it gets typed into PC it tends to get another edit. I kinda wonder if that's one reason why a lot of my projects stall (lots of work doing it that way, slower going even if I'm getting it "complete" as I go through it). But then I still have last year's NaNo sitting around waiting for a big huge edit stick... and it's seen no editing. ^^;
ScentOfThunder's avatar
I usually rewrite a section until my gut instinct says it's good enough, but then later I go back and do a series of edits. Even so, I have a lot of stuff that is *still* waiting for edits >.<
tirsden's avatar
I have stuff waiting for the endings (or some of it, most of the story), and waiting to be typed up... otherwise edited to fairly finished mode. ^^; Meanwhile... I do other stuffs. Oops. :XD:
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lol, you and me both. XD
tag-zero's avatar
Haha, what a great way to express a very familiar feeling. Perhaps the worst part is beginning the writing process as Mr Hyde, instead of finishing it that way!
ScentOfThunder's avatar
INDEED! That's so uncomfortable! You can't get anything done cuz you just keep nixing everything as "imperfect". ^_^
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