Author has written 14 stories for Bones, Castle, Agent Carter, and Blindspot.
I recently removed a 10 chapter WIP I had titled "Renascence" after the poem of the same name by Edna St. Vincent Millay.
For those who are curious about the "why" - I will try to be concise as I explain.
An anonymous guest left a series of three reviews sharing both an observation about a flaw in my story - which I agree with - as well as explicit detail about how disgusted he/she was with the direction my story was suddenly headed in.
A single bad review made me delete an entire story? Despite the numerous kind and supportive reviews I had received for the same story?
Sadly, yes. But it was something I thought long and hard about. I realized that every time I sat down to write the final chapters of my WIP, I had a big, old block. An issue within the narrative of the story that I had ignored in favor of indulging my giddiness in posting a story with an extreme amount of angst had been observed by an impartial reviewer, and I couldn't seem to move past the knowledge that my story - while fun - was flawed. And it was flawed in ways that I could fix, if I was serious about improving my writing. It wouldn't be easy. In the end, I concluded that I should rework the entire story. Editing a chapter at the time was one option, but I think I would end up revising each chapter multiple times. It would be better - in my opinion - if I removed the story...for now...and reworked the entire thing - including completing it - before I reposted it in its complete and revised glory.
I am sorry that I didn't complete the story prior to posting it the first time. I'm sorry that I couldn't continue on with the same disregard for the imperfections in the story to at least finish the story for those who have been so kind as to follow and comment on what I've shared.
I don't know when I can provide the completed version of Renascence. Thank you for your patience with me.