Having been otherwise-occupied --or obsessed, if full-immersion in novel-writin' qualifies for this woeful diagnosis-- I've neglected to share what might be both interesting and valuable to my fellow scribes here: Brooke McEldowney recently resurrected a previous story arc for his excellent online graphic series Pibgorn-- but with a difference.
This one has his commentary on the creation of each day's work.
These writer's notes, at the bottom of each day's story panel, allows Mr. McEldowney to discuss the storytelling process (and adds asides that both interest and entertain mere mortals like moi).
Suffice it to say, IMHO it's like sitting at the elbow of a great master of the storytelling craft and watching/listening as he works. The arc begins at http://www.gocomics.com/pibgorn/2011/11/09
The story arc --entitled "Mozart And The Demon Lover"-- is one of Mr. McEldowney's successful graphic novels featuring his Pibgorn cast... and to find out about them, a quick overview is at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pibgorn_%28webcomic%29
I'm a long-time fan of the artist and his work; if you've not experienced Brooke's world previously, be prepared for addiction: a hot-shot of genius, an overdose of euphoric delirium.
--Earl "It Is To Most Comics Like Shakespeare Is To Bugs Bunny" Merkel