As many of you know, I’ve been working on a new novel and I must say, I really like it…except for one thing: the ending. I’ve re-written it three times already and just when I was about to throw in the towel and call it quits, I decided to take a break and work on something else. Back when I had more time on my hands, I used to juggle at least two projects, which I really liked doing because I could switch back and forth whenever I was stuck. So, instead of working on the novel, I’ve been writing a short story and even though I had issues with getting everything into place in such a short amount of space, I love it and can’t wait to write another!
Anyway, the main reason I wrote this post was to discuss how nervous I am to go back to the novel and tackle the ending for the fourth time. So far it’s the longest manuscript I’ve written in terms of word count, which is a major plus for me since I have issues with high word counts, and I actually can’t wait to edit/revise it. I know exactly what I want to add and change and delete! It’s almost thrilling! Haha. But I’m worried I won’t be able to execute everything and make it what I envision. Gah! I can’t be negative! Negativity gets you nowhere.
So, as usual, I have a question for you guys, and this one is mostly for my fellow writers.