Disclaimer: This is a longer post than I intended, but it’s funny. Read it through, I promise you won’t be bored. 😉
Yesterday I finished transcribing a short story I wrote in high school with a friend. I briefly wrote about it in a post last week. It was written in two parts, but part two was never finished. Sad face.
Turning it into an electronic version was hard though for two reasons:
- I left the journals in my trunk (for 6 years), and one ended up under a forgotten ice chest. Thus, the pages were wet previously, and now dry. I wish I’d taken a picture of the first few pages. They were JUST legible enough that I was able to transcribe. But not an easy task, for sure.
- I had to resist the urge to edit everything now. This story was horribly written and I just wanted to fix it. But I do my best editing on paper. So I needed to just get it typed up first.
On the outside, the plot summary sounds pretty good. If I had to write it now, it would go something like this: Continue reading