Never Say Die

I have realized something. Shard, the first novel I ever wrote, which I have been editing for six years, is too big for one book, hence my struggles with editing. There are too many climaxes, too much information, too many things to put in one book. So now I am left with the realization that I have a trilogy – at least a trilogy – on my hands. I’m not complaining; in fact, this makes things somewhat easier. Now I can just relax and write without trying to fit everything into one smooth arch. Too many things happen for it to be one book.

And I’m afraid I have a small confession to make: I am not nearly as excited about Script Frenzy as I was about NaNoWriMo. This, for me, is just a warm up for November, just a little taste of the craziness that is NaNo. But who knows, maybe I’ll feel differently when it’s April 1st.

Charlie’s hard drive is full, so I can’t make covers or banners. Sad day. Oh, well…as long as I can write πŸ™‚ Luckily Scrivener and Word documents don’t take up much space.

9 days to go…let’s hope things change by April 1st, because otherwise I’m going to have a hard time finishing, and I hate not finishing. It’s not an option. I declare war on apathy (:

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