The Delivery is about a former favoured servant of The Dark Lord who has fallen out of favour - not a good place to be! If you click under "More Details" you can read a short extract.
Mind, all writers, regardless of whether we write fiction or non-fiction and genre, have to ensure our delivery lives up to the promise of our stories. If we are writing humorously, are our stories funny (in the way we meant them to be)? If we write horror, are the stories scary?
Valerie Penny shared, with my blessing, one of my posts from my This World and Others site, where I talk about story structure. This link takes you to her wonderful book review site (she also shares good writing advice) and if you are looking for ideas for books to read and want to see what others have mave of them first, then do try out Valerie's website as an excellent place to start.
But going back to story structure, I see this as the edit where I make sure my story (or blog post funnily enough as well) makes sense. I am making sure I have delivered on what I wanted my story (or blog post) to be.
So "deliver" your story. Ensure it is what you want it to be (or as close as you can get - no story is ever perfect). Deliver a story well and hopefully readers will come back for your next one and the one after that and so on.