Inch of the Day 11 September 2015: The Second Coming of Judas Iscariot

Sorrel Print I 21 January 2015My inch of the day today is an edited excerpt from my short-story-in-edit The Second Coming of Judas Iscariot, from my trio-of-tales-in-edit Leaves: Three Short Tales.  

Bateson retrieved the book and placed it back on the desk, noticing with surprise it was a Bible and well-thumbed.

“The problem of Prisoner Loudas, sir?” I should’ve been off duty 20 minutes ago.

Aha!” Wilsomm pounced on a coffee-stained folder.

Editing is more difficult than writing. How do you know when it’s perfect, finished, done?

I suppose it’s when it tells you it’s perfect, finished, done. What do you think?

I’d like to know.


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4 Responses to Inch of the Day 11 September 2015: The Second Coming of Judas Iscariot

  1. Bumba says:

    Why the italics? Why Wilsomm with two m’s?


    • AnnIsikArts says:

      Hi. Thanks for your input. The italics are meant to signify my character’s thoughts. Wilsomm with two m’s – why not? (Can’t recall my original intent in this). I know in another story I had to change my character’s name SIX times because when I googled my choices, the first five were real person’s names. Maybe that’s the reason for the double m).


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