I plan to go through three chapters of Law's Deliverance. I'm down to 9 or 10 chapters that need my creative touch-ups.
I've two synopses to write. Sigh. One will be easy since the story is done. The other more difficult. I'm so not a plotter. And I learned at RT why. I need to tell myself the story as I write. I wish I could recall which author I heard that from. I believe it was in one of the vampire workshops. Rarely does a synopsis turn out exactly like a story if written beforehand.
Riptide Love...mercy (once I bribed Miller to be quiet enough so I could hear anyone else) what a time I had with Ethan's tale! I shall never ever try to manipulate another story- not ever. Far too time consuming.
For weeks I struggled over Riptide Love in my mind. I'd sit down and try to write it and be left blank blinking where this story was going. After the first chapter I worked on other story ideas thinking Ethan would come around...But nooo…
Finally- realizing my wants didn't matter -I sat down and said "fine tell me what you all want me to hear." Mercy...did (the very handsome) Ethan smirk at me over getting his way. In the end, I wrote Riptide Love in three days. And layered it in another two.