Author has written 4 stories for Sci-Fi, Action, General, and Mystery.
Name: Kade Johnson
Location: San Antonio, TX
Adopted from 1. 21 Jigawatts, his account is http://www.fictionpress.com/u/600950/1_21_Jigawatts
What the !@#? does "Version 0.1 / Version 0.x" mean?
Quick Primer: v. 0.1 (First) = 1st draft, contains fundamental errors / v. 0.x (Beta) =2nd draft or higher, but still contains fundamental errors / v. 1.x (No label) = Higher draft number, doesn't contain fundamental errors in my opinion. For 0.x and 1.x, different chapters are on different draft numbers, so the 'x' will be indicated in the Author's note in the chapter.
"Version 1.x" is a piece that, to the best of my knowledge and my opinion, at least has no fundamental errors. If someone points out something that they think is a fundamental error after the fact, and I disagree that it is a fundamental error, then it remains a "Version 1". If something is pointed out and I agree that it is a fundamental error, then it loses its "Version 1.x" status and goes back to the next category, "Version 0.x", until I feel it is fixed.
"Version 0.x" is a piece that contains fundamental errors in my opinion - fundamental errors that I acknowledge. Naturally, I don't really think my own stories are unreadable to me since I wrote them, but I acknowledge that it may probably be unreadable to the standards of the average fiction reader. The 'x' refers to how rampant and how many fundamental errors are present - for example, "v 0.1" has many more rampant fundamental errors than "v. 0.8".
"Version 2.x and so on" is a piece that, to the best of my knowledge and opinion, has no fundamental errors and has addressed a large amount of the non-fundamental errors - i.e. has gone through polishing, etc. In car speak, this car is already constructed and proven, it's just being tuned and given a new paint job.
Note that "Version 0.1" or "v. 0.1" refers to the unedited 1st draft of a story.
Well, everyone else is doing it so I guess I should too. I post routinely at a forum known as The Review Game, here is a link. Go there, have some fun, get some reviews, etc. http://www.fictionpress.com/forum/The_Review_Game/1867/
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For Sale: A Mercenaries Story: A mercenary isn't a person, nor a friend or foe. A kind soul to be there for you when you need him. A Mercenary is a tool, a wrench or a screwdriver. A Mercenary is doing your dirty work for you. On Hiatus
Various One Shots made solely for Writing Challenge Contest: Includes, thus far, "I See Everything", "Cruelty", and my debut material, though sort of unrelated, "Dusk Came Fast"