Revisiting the Maddox and Leona Story for a Bit
I had heard of someone who put her own stories on her eBookwise to make notes, so I decided to try it. You can make markups on the stories, and even insert blank pages and make notes. (The tough part is reading your own handwriting later.) It's wonderful to be able to use real
handwriting instead of Palm's Graffiti symbols, but at the same time, out of habit, I sometimes write with the Graffiti symbols out of habit! Also, the letters I make with one continuous motion generally come out great, although the ones where I have to draw one or more lines (such as Ts and Es) often get a little messy because I don't have good aim. Still, it flows really well.
I ended up rereading the new Leona and Maddox stuff and making notes on what I saw (and circling typos as I noticed them). I also marked up some of the chapters that came after the new parts, although most of those will have to be completely trashed because I changed the plot. Still, I don't mind as I like the new Maddox so much better, and the new Leona kicks butt as well. Now I just have to figure out if her father is really guilty or if he's covering up for someone (maybe her mother isn't really dead, she's insane and committing treason!) or if he was framed or (as in the original) he and Rissa created the charges against him as a "test" of Maddox's ability to judge with compassionate. (Too bad that last one is so hard to make believable. I always thought it reflected the themes because it pointed out that they never realized Maddox was compassionate all along.)