It all depends on how many stories they have waiting for approval. In the early stages of the month, it seems to be around 24 hours or so. If you posted yesterday, it should be some time this evening. As the month goes on, and more stories get submitted, it seems to work more towards 48 hours.
You should be good though. it's early, so don't worry.
What me worry? Nah, i am just thinking about you guys. I hate to think of you having to wait too long to read my prose
Seriously, I was just curious. It turned out that my story had a word shortage problem which I was notified by email after I asked the question. I had to revise it which was a pain because i didn't save a copy and had to do it all over.
You need to go back through and read my tip about a hunting journel to help you remember what you did on the hunt. That and creating a file on your computer for all of your hunting stories just incase something happens. Then they are there for when you want to remember how much fun that elk or goat hunt was when you were out of breath and your heart was beating around 150 beats per minute. That and for you kids to read when you tell them about the good old days when you were out in the sticks.
That's the good thing about the stories and the moderators. They are very good about letting you know if a story was not approved, and why. Is the case of submitting stories, no news is good news. If you don't hear anything negative, then it means that your story is just waiting to be published.
We all take every precaution when we are hunting and harvesting our animal. Well, what about after the animal is down? Do we know what has happened to that animal over it's lifetime? The following is an example of why we should be careful when we cut.
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