Getting Caught Back Up

I’m a bit bored with my current stories.

I have a short story and a novel on the go. Both are being released in serial on this site. It’s not that I don’t like either of them, it’s just that I have some stories that I’m more excited about that I want to write.

So, I don’t have writers block, there’s nothing stopping me from writing these stories, and I’m not stopping. I will finish both of them. The short story, the stars look down – the problem with that one is that I know the ending, but I’m not that psyched on the rest of it. I wrote to the ending, and I kind of wish I hadn’t. I kind of wish I’d planned it out better before I started.

The other one – I like the story a lot actually, but it’s at a point in the story that’s a bit slow. It happens, no story is breakneck speed the whole way through. In fact the slow bit is about to break, and all hell will spill forth into the lives of the characters, but I had to get through this bit.

How did I do it? I mean, obviously you need to feel inspiration to write right? No, you don’t need to be inspired to write. You need to know where the story is going, and you need to put words down on the screen. I will keep doing this for the foreseeable future. That will allow me to finish this short story, and this novel, and to finish the next one, and the next one, and the next one…

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