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Though, I have a problem.
**The ending**Being a finicky panster, I can't decide how I want it to end.
I'm waiting for inspiration to pop into my head.
Do you ever have this problem? If so what do you do to get the brain juices flowing?
Have a nice weekend, and hope I finagle a decent ending...
Just brainstorm a whole bunch of ideas and go with the wildest one.ReplyDelete
My struggle is the opposite. I see the ending first and then have to figure out how to get there.
That's different and I can see your struggle too.Delete
I totally sympathize. A lot of the time, my endings surprise me, and there have been a few that have left me baffled at how they turned out. Good luck and have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Thank you. I usually baffle myself also.Delete
When I get stuck on something, I have to leave the story for a while and go take a walk or just do something else. Sometimes I have to leave it for a few days and mull over the possibilities. By the time I get back into it, the right story path has usually presented itself. Good luck with it!ReplyDelete
Good idea. I've left it go for 2 days nows. I just went back and added a few paragraphs to see where its taking me. I might do it slowly, and of course, I can always change it.Delete
You might need a break to relax, Cathrina. Then you'll be refreshed and you'll get ideas. :)ReplyDelete
You're totally right, Deanie!!!Delete
Hooray for nearing the finish line. I'm sure the resolution will come to you. Deanie has a good point about taking a little break, that would likely help.ReplyDelete
Take care and enjoy your weekend!
So right. Thank You Julie.Delete
Sending lots of good vibes and "inspiration" your way today:)ReplyDelete
I do the dishes. Something about mindless work and warm soapy water always lead to fixing story problems. Good luck!ReplyDelete
Try thinking about it in the shower or while out for a long walk. Just read over where you're stuck, then head to one of those things. It's interesting but for some reason my mind works better when doing those things!ReplyDelete