It's time for another installment of the Insecure Writer's Group hosted by the illustrious Alex J. Cavannah. To learn more about our group, click on Alex's name.
As you all know, last month I was in the throws of outlining my next novel. After it was completed, I realized, much to my dismay, that the plot was derivative. Not all of it, but enough so that I needed to work on it some more. I finally came up with a unique concept that I don't think has been done yet. The problem is it completely changes the story I had in mind. Now I'm having a hard time coming up with the ending as well.
I really hoped to have the outline ready in time for Nano, but no such luck. Worse, most days I work. By the time I sit down at night, my brain is fried. With only a few days a week to devote to my novel, it's going to take forever to complete. Don't get me wrong, I'm going to keep pecking away at it, but sometimes I just wish there were more hours in the day. Has anyone else experienced these types of feelings. If so, I'd be interested to know how you overcame them. Until next time my friends, happy writing.