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Aug 10, 2011
I agree with Rachel. I was stunned. Haley had two very weak performances the last two weeks, James has been strong (IMO) almost every performance. He was definitely the Daughtry of this season. I honestly saw him taking this whole thing, even though I'm a Scotty fan.
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Oh my goodness! I thought I was the only writer who did this! :) I have the best laid plans writing-wise sometimes, and they rarely turn out the way I'd planned, either in my head or on paper. I'm starting to make notes on the edit for my next project, and while I hope the notes will guide me, I have no illusion that everything I wrote down will be addressed.
Toggle Commented Apr 15, 2010 on Best Laid Plans at The Master's Artist
Thank you, Mike! This is one of the best posts on rules/rule breaking I've seen in a while. Gonna have to share. :D
I've got a question for you! First off, great post. My question: I'm working on an idea for a book that would likely straddle the line between the ABA and the CBA market. Although I'm a Christian, most of my work up to this point has been geared more toward the ABA (when I eventually get them published!), and I've never really explored publishing in the CBA. I'm getting the feeling that the book will be too edgy for the CBA, but too spiritual for the ABA. Is there an in-between market out there, or when I begin working on it, should I work on making it stick in one or the other?