Music. Eric B. and Rakim. Paid in Full. Why? I’m thinking of a master plan... Of how to get books in reading hands...The sun is shining and the air is crisp. Michigan weather…
I’m back in the office. I keep looking at the list of ten items and wondering why my writing isn’t going completely down that path. I mean, I am writing about some of the stuff, but it’s only portions of each item. Maybe my items are too big. Maybe I should have about 30 things on the list instead of ten. I guess the execution of this plan will call for some improvising. The more I think about it, the more I realize that this really is the hardest book I’ve written.
Maybe it’s because some of the items on the list are things I just don’t feel like writing about. Honestly, I haven’t thought of ways to tie those portions into what I have so I’m stalling on those and working on smaller stuff on the list. Momentum… So, after a quick writing session I was able to get three more pages. I stopped there, but I wrote down a few more ideas (on the drawing pad) that will add to the quality of the story.
This is getting interesting for me as a writer. I keep asking myself questions.
How much more will I add to what I thought would be enough?
Are my new plans bigger than the book needs to be? (Just thought of something and went to write another sentence in the book.)
Will what I add set up the ending any better than what I originally planned?
When are you going to start writing the more difficult parts?
Will I be able to finish this in the next two weeks?
Thanks again for reading.