And I was moving along so well, too. Yesterday I came to one of those nasty spots that my current work is becoming known for, and I fell asleep last night going over the possibilities. I still don’t know which way I’m going to go, but I distinctly remember hitting this same spot on the rough draft. Now that I’m in the rewrite, you’d think I’d be set. But no-o-o-o-o. Clearly something isn’t rubbing me right, and I have to take another look at it. I can get rid of an issue and move forward hoping it goes away by the time I hit the end, or fall back and incorporate it into the earlier text. The first will smack me hard at the end. The second is going to take finesse and attention to detail–and it might not work when all is said and done. Decisions, decisions . . .
Also, three of my favorite writers have an e-book title on sale if you partake in e-books. Interested? You need to hop on over to your favorite vendor and hunt them up, but for $1.99, it’s worth a little hopping. (Unfortunately, this might be open only to US vendors.)
Harper Voyager e-book sale (click for all the titles) But here are my favorite three. ;-)
NIGHTWALKER, Jocelynn Drake
SANDMAN SLIM, Richard Kadrey
THE SCENT OF SHADOWS, Vicki Pettersson