I am beating Scott and Davin to the punch this morning. Not too hard since I'm an hour earlier than they are in the time zone. Scott can kill me later. He sent me the best picture EVER...
Scott, I love the way you're looking at the book, as if you're sizing it up. "Are you going to be good, Monarch? Because you'd better contain literary elements or I will have nothing to do with you!"
No worries, though, since Scott read the book long before it was published and liked it. I think the best thing about being part of the Literary Lab is the relationship we've been built between the three of us. I'll admit that a few months ago we were wondering if we wanted to keep everything going on over here. I was super busy with getting Monarch launched with my publisher, Davin was moving, and Scott was knee-deep in work and writing. I wasn't even posting anything over here. But then we stopped to think about it, we realized we'd miss what goes on over here - even if a post mostly contains conversations between the three of us.
My favorites, though? That the Lab has become something beyond the three of us. And I love learning more about you, our readers. Some of you have been hanging out here since we began two-and-a-half years ago (or even longer if you hung out here when Davin ran the blog by himself). We love that! I think that's what Davin first envisioned, and I hope we continue to gain friends over here. The Internet cannot lose a blog dedicated to literary elements in writing. It. Just. Can't.
So, as far as filler goes today, that's that. What do you love about the Lab?