Novel Dissection #1

16 Feb

Yes I know I am late on my dead line. Pathetic aren’t I? Promise my novel dissection post on the fifteenth and can’t get to it until the 16th.

Terrible really, I just don’t understand why I seem to run over all my dead lines. I have got to get more organized.

But, anyway, without further a do my novel dissection (Scans from my notebook):

(Just select the photo’s to enlarge them)

 

 

Anyway that ^ was my examination of chapter one of Uglies by Scott Westerfield.

Thank you for your patience I promise I will try harder to be on time next week!

PS: Do you think I should type next week’s instead of scans?

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4 Responses to “Novel Dissection #1”

  1. HaleyWhitehall February 19, 2011 at 7:20 pm #

    Ally, I love your novel dissection.

    I do think it would be easier to read if you typed it next time. You do have beautiful handwriting though but the scans are not always clear.

    • nkeda14 February 19, 2011 at 7:25 pm #

      O thanks!

      Glad you told me. I was debating all weekend wether I should type it, but I was tempted into scanning because I never get to use my scanner… and well its just so cool. HAHA

  2. lumikuu May 31, 2012 at 12:13 pm #

    I’m really interested in your novel dissection of Uglies…did you by chance ever get past the firs chapter? I’d be very interested in reading your notes, it’s such a cool idea. I love this book too, so definite plus!

    • nkeda14 June 1, 2012 at 9:13 pm #

      I did, but my notes never made it into the scanner. I would of had to type them all up and it was… uhh time consuming. HAHA! I was thinking about reviving the series though, so stay tuned to my blog and it’s possible you will see it pop up again!

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