I seem to be pointed in the right direction again. That’s good.
It was close to a perfect day: Morning routine. Daughter to school. Writing. Picked up daughter. Dinner. Homework. Little more work. Didn’t stay up late like an idiot. Nice.
Vampires Versus Comicon
I had a good day with this book. Not great, but good. I didn’t quite make pulp speed, but I got close.
One challenge right now is the constant flow of ideas I have for making things more detailed and fun, and though the book keeps running long already, I can’t resist packing more in when I can. I sure do have a lot of subplots going on in this story. I’ve been trying to keep the book’s construction firmly in the Scene/Sequel structure, but I’m wondering of the whole thing will flow better if I let that go and just write scenes that feel like Scene/Sequel. I think I will give it a try. It would cost me some time to make the changes to what I’ve already done (and even more if I don’t like the change and change back), but it will give me much more flexibility for arranging the subplots and ret-conning all the good ideas I keep getting in the middle of things.
Good problems to have. For a change.