Christine is busy taking an underwater knitting class

Hello ‘All!

I hope everyone is well and looking forward to their weekend, I sure know Christine is. She has recently taken up underwater knitting on the weekends and will be unavailable to answer her emails, since our IT guys have yet to create an aqua-friendly device on which we can all access our QG emails (although now I am sure they will get right on that, lol).

So if you have an unexpected emergency over the weekend, like a Sunday afternoon extension, please give it your best shot, submit the article, and shoot me over an email letting me know what’s going on, and I can answer it Monday morning. I am an email nut, as some of you might have noticed, and I always check my messages before 10ish each day. And nothing would brighten my day like an inbox full of awesome writers!

One more thing, I am interested in getting some writer feedback on the editing system. When you have a few minutes, please shoot me over an email or leave a comment here. Would you rather have an article returned to you for changes and receive a “B” or have the editor make changes and receive a “C”? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated and help us perfect the QG system.

Thank you and enjoy your weekend.
If you have an usual hobby like underwater knitting, I would love to hear about it!

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6 comments on “Christine is busy taking an underwater knitting class
  1. Sandy Hemphill says:

    I’d like to hear from the editor before my pay is docked. Project details aren’t always clearly written and I think it’s fair to notify the writer when edits serious enough to drop a grade are called for. It could be an honest misunderstanding through no fault at all of the writer and it would be a shame to dock someone’s pay because instructions were unclear.

    Thanks for asking!

  2. Lauren says:

    I would rather revise my own work.

  3. Lorelei says:

    I don’t mind receiving articles back for a B, as long as the editor’s notes are understandable. Sometimes comments are short and unclear.

  4. Sheila says:

    I would rather get it back if there are corrections that can be made. “C” is a nasty little letter. 🙁

  5. Cheryl says:

    My unusual hobby these days is finding time to sleep! lol Cheryl