I’m starting over, again.
This is nothing new. The life of the writer is about starting over. Fiinsh one project, close it out, hopefully send it out, and start the next. If you are not living this cycle, as a writer, you are doing something wrong.
That doesn’t mean it gets easier.
This time I’m starting over on the last book of a series — Palace of Spies, Book 3. So far, I’ve got a lot of characters, a time line, a deradline and no plot. At all. None. Zip.
I’m not panicking, just a little frustrated. I know that whatever plot I may have thought I had, as I write, it will change, kind of a lot. Okay, you can take the kind of out of that sentence. It will change a lot. But I do need to have at least some kind of line of sight so I can start stringing words together.
But rest assured, Dear Reader, Peggy and Friends will be back. I’ve left the door open, and the coffee is waiting. I’m quite sure there is nothing to be alarmed about. After all, what could possibly have happened to them?
Oh, wait…this is Peggy we’re talking about, right?
Time to get started over…