A score to settle
We’re now coming up to the start of the revolution and although the first parries by the rebels, so-called by the ruling junta because it sounds better than revolutionaries, or dissidents, will fail, it’s not because of bad management, but events they could not have foreseen.
That lethargy and periods of self-doubt have lifted like a fog, and the story is now taking shape.
Perhaps I had to get to the interesting part. Sometimes the setting of the scene and providing an introduction to the characters can be energy-draining because as the reader, it can take almost too long to get going.
Perhaps I should make a mental note of that so that in the second draft, I can remove the boring bits and get to the real story sooner.
I cannot wait for tomorrow and almost had to resist the temptation of not stopping for sleep, just in case the words stopped flowing. There are times, I have discovered, that in taking that break, the idea and word flow stops, and conjures up something like writer’s block.
Let’s hope tomorrow is the same as today.
Today’s word count: 2,742 words, for the running total of 43,196.