Inspired by last week’s RNA conference, I returned home eager to finish the draft of my novel ready for submission to the NWS for critiquing. One week later, I have a newly written synopsis, a clearer sense of my characters, a revised structure, oh yes, and a novel that’s about 30,000 words less than I started with.
The latter is not quite what I was intending to achieve.
However, all is not lost. The cut sections are now patiently residing in a new file marked ‘book 2’. There’s just one small snag… A book 2 requires a book 1 to precede it.
Just over one month to go till the NWS deadline and 30,000 words to write. I can totally do this, right?
You absolutely can do this!ReplyDelete