Last night I broke my cardinal rule of writing first drafts: Do Not Under Any Circumstances Read What Is Already On The Paper. I went back and read the last half of Chapter 11. I thought it was okay. Some parts were awesome, and some parts made me question my English skills. This is why I don't do this sort of thing normally, because then I have an obsessive urge to edit it immediately, or I begin hating my writing. The latter is bad, since I need motivation to finish. So, I learned another lesson besides don't screw with MS Word. Don't break the Cardinal Rule. Obviously.