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February 26, 2014
Posted at 3:46 pm
 

Poll: Should I increase frequency of "Catalyst" posts?

I'm divided over what approach to take. Clearly, everyone would like more story. What's more, this 'rehash' of my older story is getting a little tired and everyone is eager to read the newer material, but there are, as always, complications.

Currently I'm posting twice/week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This allows me to continue working on new projects, as well as to revise each chapter as I prepare it. However, if I increase the number of posts, it will:

1) prevent me from making revisions
2) impact new story development
3) impact my ebook sales

Clearly, posting 4 or 5-days-a-week will have a bigger impact than only posting once-a-week.

So, let me know what you think. Should I keep at my current pace, cleaning the story up as I go? Increase postings and eliminate the revisions? Or post it all quickly, getting to the newest material as soon as possible?

I'm basically looking for feedback as to how everyone considers the value of continually refining the older stories. Is there value in continually tweaking them? Should I quit refining altogether and dump the stories? Or should I quit tweaking but concentrate on the writing rather than revising/postings?

If you're interested, you can either email me direction (via "Respond to author") or go to the latest post on my website at: www.crumblywriter.net