Guys, I'm really struggling with my latest manuscript. Like I said before, writing a dystopian is no joke. And way different from writing fantasy. I'm well into ACT TWO and still a bit terrified that things won't resolve themselves. That I won't have a strong enough reason to write this book. If that makes sense.
So I have a decision to make. Do I push through, knowing that I will no doubt feel lost during some stage of the writing process, no matter what manuscript it is? Do I say, "It'll sort itself out at the right time" and complete the beast? Do I trust that there is a full story inside of me, and if I give it enough time, it'll come out?
Do I write the sequel to The Missing Crimoire?
AHHHHHHH! I'm SO CONFUSED!
I have plenty of story ready to write a sequel to TMC. I would love to dive back into the world of Luke, Gwen, and Wood. But I can't quite trust those feelings yet. It's like a past relationship. All you seem to remember are the sweet times. All you want is to return to your version of the relationship. Whether it's true or not. I'm feeling the pressure of a new story -- and suddenly, all I want to do is run back to the comfort of an old one.
What do I do?
Comfort and a bit of guidance (and a vote, really) of what to do would be appreciated! In other words, HELP THIS WRITER!
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