Wednesday, March 16, 2011
You Push Me, I'll Push You.
Are you getting tired of me talking about my revisions?
Then again, one of the reasons I love to blog is that I get to talk endlessly about something near and dear to my heart (and I'm not talking about my lungs).
No one tolerates my writing babble more than you guys. For that, I give you all hugs with limitless refills.
So I've got pages and pages of outlined revisions. They are color-coded by character. Synopsized by chapter (is that new verb?). There are a thousand arrows and random microscrawl all over.
I'm ready to redo chapter one.
And I'm scared!
Jumping into an icy lake would be easier.
Someone, push me already.
Do you ever get the jitters before a new phase in your writing process? Or just dive in, no worries? Who else needs a push right now, in writing or in life in general?
If you haven't had a chance, please stop by Sarah Fine's blog where she'll tackle the "In my writing, I always/never_____" question for our Sisterhood of the Traveling Blog series this month. If you missed it, check out Laura's post, mine from last week, and stay tuned for Deb Salisbury's answer next week!