6 Thanks for the suggestion, faithful readers. A mature response to the arrival of the copyedits2009-05-162009-05-16https://susanwisebauer.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/logo1.svgSusan Wise Bauerhttps://susanwisebauer.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/logo1.svg200px200px Showing 6 comments Brenda May 16, 2009 Thanks for cracking me up!!!! 🙂 Christina May 16, 2009 Oh my! I’m sorry, but I am laughing. Menacing. It makes me think of David dancing in the streets, though-victorious in battle, having defeated the giant. They sang of how he had slain his tens of thousands. Well, just think of the tens of thousands of words you have conquered! Be encouraged…”for the battle is the Lord’s!” Christine May 17, 2009 Well, gee, now that it’s got a face, it needs a name! One that is “medieval-ish” and “conquer-able”. Then, when all is said and done, you can write a mini-story (or blog post) of your amazing victory over. . . Definitely needs a name! Brenda May 17, 2009 A name? How about Script-o-man? And he can only be killed by Script-o-nite? Okay, okay, so it’s corny. But, hey, there’s a scary face on a brown box, right? so… it just inspires corny. Alright, I’ll hush now. 🙂 Karin May 20, 2009 The face ought to be Lex Ruthless, soon to be conquered by the valiant and noble Sue-perwoman, faster than a speeding pullet, more poweful than a locomotive, and can leap copyedited manuscripts with a single bound, and write faster than a speeding pullet. Sue-perwoman, yes, a groaner, but that’s what puns are for. Julia May 21, 2009 I think you should watch “Those Magnificent Men and their Flying Machines” before you write your next book.