Since I’ve been struggling with the ending of this book I have decided to hire a coach.
Could I do it on my own? Maybe. But I’ve been working on this book for so long , and each time I try to figure how to finish it I feel lost in the weeds. There are issues with the story and I’m too close.
So, I’m going to a professional – someone who can read it and tell me how to fix it so I can finish it.
I’ll report back. Wish me luck!
I had a great post planned for the week after that last post, but got hung up on how to spell (look, here I am again, in the middle of actually writing the post a month and a half later, and going to Google to find the lyrics again because I cant remember how they spelled it, only that I didn’t think it was right) “whoa.”
Know the song yet?
Hint: several of the sites spelled it “woo-o-o” instead of “whoa-whoa-whoa” – which is obviously ridiculous. “Woo” is not “whoa”. Personally, I think “whoa-oh-oh” covers it nicely, but I couldn’t find that on any of the sites with song lyrics.
Yes, my post was about feelings. Whoa-oh-oh, feelings.
What a difference it makes when you ask (before writing, or during revising a scene), “what is the character feeling?”
Let your character’s emotions guide the action in the scene.
Try it and let me know how it works for you!
Meanwhile, sorry about getting that song stuck in your head. 🙂