After hitting a wall with The Seventh Sense (TSS), I started a new project. Yes, it's Tony's as-yet-untitled story. He's pleased I've started working on it.
Here's what I forgot while racing to the finish of TSS. Writing goes more smoothly for me when I switch back and forth between projects. Apparently that didn't sink in the last time. There's always a primary project, but I need to get better at realizing when I run out of steam so I can switch.
So, I've been working on Tony's story for the past few days. I think I might be ready to return to TSS.
In other news, I've been bad at keeping track of my word count for the Write-Ons. I will add a new graph to my sidebar to help me keep track. Right now, I'm at 42,672 words. I'm not sure if I'll make the goal, since I don't expect to do much writing in July between my day job (which will require scads of overtime hours that month) and RWA's conference. Still, I forge onward. Don't count me out yet!
Labels: The Seventh Sense, Write-Ons, writing