Now In The Second Act Of A Third Draft Of The Novel

by Shelt Garner

There is a chance that things may for go into overdrive with the third draft of this novel — at least for little while — because I’m now in the second act of the novel. I say this because instead writing all these scenes out of whole cloth like I did with the first act, there is now a stretch of scenes I have to rewrite instead.

I hope to write a heroine as interesting as Lisbeth Salander.

I don’t know if I will make my idea of having a hard April 19th deadline so I can physically hand it to people at an event I’m set to go to on that date, but I could get pretty close. In a way. I doubt I will have something strong enough I will want to hand to anyone, but I’m going to be well on my way to wrapping up SOMETHING by April 19th.

But I don’t want to overwork or stress myself out. I don’t want to burn out. I am, though, going to try to be a lot more focused from now on. I still am interested in the idea of finishing this year a third draft of the sequel to the novel I’m working on. That would be pretty cool.

I still need to read and watch other people’s content. That will really help me improve the copy of my novel. I keep saying that then never do it. Though I will admit that I’m really interested in seeing the moving Civil War. That should be pretty interesting to see.

Author: Shelton Bumgarner

I am the Editor & Publisher of The Trumplandia Report

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