Let me just start off by saying Whoa!
Why whoa you ask?
Well within the past two weeks a lot has been happening with my blog; which is a total shocker because around this time three weeks ago I was barely getting views, and on and off I’ve been struggling view wise since I started my blog in April.
Now I’m happy to report the views won’t stop which is awesome to me. 🙂
Since it seems that I actually have a blogging audience I thought I would tell you about my recent breakthrough with my second book.
For the past ten months I’ve been hard at work working on the sequel to Jenny Mac; which I’m really excited about by the way.
Anyway I’m a firm believer in drafting my book before I even begin to start writing the book itself, and I had the entire book mapped out, and since I finished drafting I started to write the story. Everything with the drafting and writing the book was going smoothly until about three weeks ago I was getting ready to commence work on chapter four when this new idea came to me, and I thought I’ll tryout this “trial chapter” to see if this chapter could really fit in with the book. As I worked on it during the first week I had my doubts that it would not work, but as of last week I was able to breakthrough some of the doubt and writer’s block I was having and actually finish up the chapter.
I’m so happy that I did that “trial chapter” because now I’ve added on this additional really dark chapter to the storyline and couldn’t be happier; which brings me to a question that I’ve been itching to ask all of you writers out there…
Have you ever gone against your drafting for your storyline, and if so has it worked out in the way you thought that it would when you had the idea?
Leave me a comment and tell me about your own personal experience.
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