WIP

We all have our work-in-progress project on the front or back burner. This inspiring article is a good reminder to stay on track.

The idea comes to you in a flash of brilliance. The plot, the setting, the characters all jumble together like a kaleidoscope of words just waiting to be brought into focus by you. You eagerly sit down in front of the computer, fingers poised over the keyboard and a fresh, blank document open on the screen.

Is there anything better than starting a new story? All of that promise just waiting to be realized fills a writer’s heart with joy.

But what happens all too frequently is that the new idea comes knocking at the door when you’re in the middle of your current work-in-progress (WIP). It’s hard to keep plodding on the manuscript you’re with when a new love comes to town. Read more.

Nancy

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