Terry Pratchett wanted his unpublished manuscript partials destroyed, so his daughter did it with a bulldozer.
Good for her.
There’s a reason writers don’t want their unpublished stuff published after death, and it’s the same reason they didn’t want it published during life: it’s bad. Even if it’s an early draft that could have turned into something good, it’s still bad. And no writer wants her or his last publication to be bad, or even mediocre, especially if he or she already knows it’s bad or mediocre. Destroying unpublished manuscripts is a good thing; just ask Harper Lee.
To illustrate my point, I just put up two drafts of Nita’s Chapter One under the Works in Progress tab UP IN THE TOP BANNER, NOT THE SIDEBAR. One was written in February of 2016, the other I did a last pass on today. It’s still not right, but it’s much closer to where I want it to be. Not there yet, but closer. The February 2016 draft, however, is so bad it makes my eyes water, which is okay: I just had to get something down on paper so I could fix it. Everybody has to start somewhere. But I would not want that thing published as a work by Jennifer Crusie. A draft by Jennifer Crusie, sure, but a finished work? No, no, no, no.
When my time comes, Mollie will wipe my hard drives, too, although probably not with a bulldozer. It’s what any sane writer wants.
ETA: Critiques are always welcome, but you’ve read those scenes so many times now, I can’t imagine there’s much left to say, so it’s perfectly all right to think, “Whatever,” and go on to something more interesting.