I'm stuck at work, my mind lost in thoughts of plot machinations, character development, and how to improve my novel. It's almost at a place where it needs to be. I just wish I were in front of my laptop instead of at work.
Tag: Character Development
I just finished rewriting the first scene of the second chapter, where my main character run into who will fast become her love interest. Doing so, I hope, will jump-start the action, like I stated on my previous post, but also resolve a persistent question that has been bothering me. Can two people fall so … Continue reading Today's update
I've been thinking about the problem that has had my stymied for the past several weeks. I just couldn't find a way around this little stumbling block and I was at a stand-still. I'll admit that even though my goal is to publish this year, I wanted to give up and move on to another … Continue reading The fix
My first hurdle
Well, that didn't take long! I hit a slight pothole while working on my book. Honestly, it feels more like I drove off the side of a cliff, tumbled down the embankment, and landed in turbulent seas. Though I have miraculously survived, the car is quickly filling with sea water, sinking, and I don't know how … Continue reading My first hurdle
The maturing of Howard Wolowitz
The last episode of The Big Bang Theory reminded me of something that I had grown to believe as of late. If you haven't watched it, this is your warning that there will be spoilers ahead. With that out-of-the-way, let me proceed. At the end of the episode, Howard Wolowitz, played by Simon Helberg, received … Continue reading The maturing of Howard Wolowitz