I posted a chapter of my latest work-in-progress today. About twenty minutes after I did, I thought, "oops, that was not right..."
You see, there was a sentence in that chapter which probably shouldn't have been there. This has happened before -- it's usually something simple like using the wrong name, a misspelling or something not quite matching something which was already written -- most of the time, these mistake are easy to fix. All writers, I assume, have editing goofs (and sometimes there are goofs even after the book is published and on the shelves).
Anyway, I've spent the last few minutes fretting over whether I need to go in and change that sentence -- not too many folks have read it yet so it wouldn't be a big deal.
Or would it?
Because now that I think about it, it was probably one of those Freudian slip things. Something which will serve a purpose which I didn't think about and which will actually do more good than harm...
But I've decided not to change it.
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