|TE1 – Through the Black||Novel||Revised Draft (1)||100%||Beta|
|TE2 – The Fairy Godfather||Novel||First Draft||33%||Active|
|TE3 – Witch Hunters||Novel||First Draft||0%||Queued|
|The Deconstructor||Novella||First Draft||100%||Beta|
|The Fishperer||Novel||First Draft||0%||Active|
|One Dead Prince||Novel||Rough Draft||100%||Queued|
|War of the Heavens||Novel||Rough Draft||25%||Queued|
|BB1 – Tower of Storms||Short Story||Revised Draft (1)||95%||Active|
Looking at the above, it may confuse you that I have both ‘rough’ drafts and ‘first’ drafts. My draft labelling system works like this:
Rough Draft – Scrawled, terrible, unfit for eyes human or otherwise
First Draft – Prose fixed to become legible and most glaring inconsistencies addressed. Suitable for brave beta readers.
Revised Draft – Issues raised from First Draft addressed with close line edits. Suitable for skittish beta readers. Repeat as necessary.
Revised drafts consist of three stages: a chapter by chapter sweep; addressing notes made during sweep; and the printed-out line edit.