I’ve managed to get some writing time for this story, mainly to keep continuity as it’s quite often lost when stretching it over a long period of time.
For a long time I always knew how the story would end, it was probably one of the few that I’ve written that had an ending in mind.
Of course, as the story proceeds, some of the plotline will change, sometimes caused by the character almost writing their own story, or it is dictated by events that you may not have foreseen at the beginning.
It’s a bit like life itself. You can chart a course that you might think will be where you are headed, and then an unforeseen event will turn everything on it’s head.
Stories are like that. One minute you are hurtling towards the end, everything about to be tied up into a neat bow.
The other day I had a brainstorm, you know, the sort that comes out of left field, and leaves you either elated or shattered.
I’m not sure what I’m thinking right now, only that the end will be different, and better. Much, much better.
For the word counters, another 3,490 words this session, for a total of 141,111.