Hey, wait up!  Stop!  For goodness sake!  Wait for me!

This is how I am feeling with my writing at the moment.  It feels like Vyvica is taken over and the story is no longer near enough to my plan for me to recover, so I am just going with the flow.

The scary thing is, I really don’t know where the story is heading.  But everytime I sit down at the laptop, the words just flow out.  Mostly it is dialogue, which is a big change for me.  Most of my characters used to be strong silent types.  Now they appear to be strong vocal people.  I am not complaining, and I dare not argue with Vyvica – she is likely to land herself on my chest, feet first.  Not a pleasant feeling.  Just ask Kelvaras.

At night, I turn off the light and imagine where the story is going to take me.  Last night, I had then in the pod heading to another city, and Kelvaras told me that he wanted to have more say in the story.  He has, but I don’t think he likes where it has landed him.  A week with Vyvica’s best  and very flirtatious friend.  Should have thought about that a bit more, aye boy!

Anyway, I am enjoying the journey they are taking me on, and I can see how I can pull it back into my plan, if for some reason, Vyvica decides to leave me in the lurch.  But I certainly hope she doesn’t.

Wait for me!
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3 thoughts on “Wait for me!

  • June 12, 2011 at 5:37 am

    This sounds fantastic! I always find that if I’m writing dialogue it seems to boost my word count quicker than description or even action.

    • June 12, 2011 at 8:41 am

      Thanks Kerryn. When I read your comment, it made me aware of something – my action scenes are quite short, because it happens so quick. I will have to go back into a scene I wrote yesterday and add some dialogue, because she didn’t give the person a chance to have their say!


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