Thanks for stopping by the latest update of "Saturday" the book.
It's possible you're a stranger and have no idea what "Saturday" the book is. Perhaps you stumbled into this tiny port from the mighty sea of the internet whilst searching for something completely different like "Saturday Night" by the Bay City Rollers. But since you're here, let me give you the skinny: "Saturday" is the graphic novel I've been working on for a few millennia.
More specifically, "Saturday" is a graphic novel about a creative little girl named India McGreevy. When India's creativity is poked, prodded, and taunted into submission by a dismal week, it takes her parents, a tattooed mechanic with a prosthetic leg, a traveling circus and the world's largest crocodile to put things into perspective.
Progress-wise, I'm pert near finished with the book. Yes, most of the editing is still in front of me, but in the overall scheme of things, the editing probably only represents about 10-15% of the work. Which is pretty cool. Of course, those numbers don't take into account the work of finding a publisher and such. But I'm taking the ostrich approach as far as that's concerned, so there's nothing to worry about.
In the meantime, here's an example of the editing process:
Subtlety tends not to be my forte. "Saturday", after all, has dinosaurs, robots, octopi, jet packs, a circus, a mechanic with a prosthetic leg, and the world's largest crocodile. But the changes in this panel are pretty subtle.
Why even bother with them, you may ask? Well, before I began "Saturday", my friend Jedediah Leland and I sat down and wrote our "Declaration of Principles" and...um...hm. Crud, that was Citizen Kane. Ok, then, I'm bothering because I have a dedication to my craft, respect for my audience, and a mild (severe) case of OCD.
So there you have it. Looks like I'll be doing this for a little while. Thanks for hanging in there with me.