thanks by the way, it's not all the way done and I'm not sure where to go.
Take a breath. Maybe you have to get away from it for a little while, THEN come back fresh after you've plotted in your head what could/might/should happen.
I used to say that when you're stuck, sit down and WRITE! But that doesn't always work to your best advantage as a writer.... mehr anzeigen
I used to say that when you're stuck, sit down and WRITE! But that doesn't always work to your best advantage as a writer. True, you can always delete, and what you've written might trigger your imagination, but time away is like a vacation, after which you can return to the job at hand.
Back in fifth grade, my beloved and heart-as-pure-as-gold teacher, Sister Mary Dolorine, often asked a question of me, "How is your writing project coming along, Patrick?" I answered the first time, I recall vividly, "'Ster, I'm almost done!"
She answered me... mehr anzeigen
She answered me with a pat on the head and a smile, "Roasts get done. Projects get finished."
I don't know if that's grammatically a rule, but it stuck with me:)
I'm nearly FINISHED with my latest writing project!