Usually when I’m having a hell of a time writing a chapter, I find that I’m following the wrong train of thought or forcing a character/plot point that doesn’t belong or belongs elsewhere. Best solution? Scrap it and come at it from a different angle.
Then there are those chapters that are a real pain in the arse to write that are absolutely pivotal to character development, plot development, or hell, the damn timeline!
I hate those chapters. I really do.
To all the moms, moms-to-be, fur-moms, adoptive moms, and just generally marvelous ladies out there who influence, inspire, and brighten the lives of those around them. You rock!
Here we go again, again.
It seems there is STILL an issue with Kindle users trying to download “Zikhin” Book One of the Tome Series. I sincerely apologize for the on-going problem. I have (yet again) contacted Kindle and it looks like it’s going to be a while before it gets resolved. As always, I will try to keep you, my wonderful, kind, understanding fans, up to date on what’s going on and, of course, I will let you know as soon as it’s resolved. Until then, for the time being, all I can do is beg patience and suggest good old-fashioned paperback. 😦
I AM sorry for any inconvenience this might cause anyone.
Angry? Enraged? Furious? Seeing red?
I don’t think there’s enough phrases in the English language to describe the level of blind fury I’m experiencing at the moment.
There I am, in the middle of working on my novel “Ice Phoenix” WITH the automatic save feature ON and the entire Word program decides to freaking freeze up on me! To the extent that I had to shut it down and reopen it just to get it to work again. I have lost en entire page of work! And, of course, you can’t just ‘get it back’. I’m disgusted and angry. Extremely angry.
There are good writing days and bad writing days.
Good writing days don’t always consist of a lot of writing or even exceptional writing. Good writing days can simply be when you figure out the focus of a chapter you’ve been spinning around in circles on for the last few days.
Spinning around in circles would constitute a ‘bad’ writing day.