People change don’t they
The thing is, how much can they change in what sort of timeframe?
I guess at this point of the book it’s a little odd to be worrying about the main characters’ background stories, but I figure it’s better now than later and having to contemplate a major rewrite.
I guess it’s also a by-product of flying by the seat of your pants.
Well, not so much this time, I did have a rather extensive outline for the paths the two characters would take, along with a general idea of Susan’s newly acquired eccentricities, but you know what it’s like when you’re writing, sometimes the story takes hold of you and it’s trying to tell itself, and not exactly as you were envisioning it.
OK, I know I shouldn’t let it get out of control, but it was an amusing interlude, and gave me a new idea, not totally out of reach from where we were going.
Of course, there are minor players, and one decided to come along and try to steal the show.
Well, for a few paragraphs there, they did.
It’s a delicious role and a character actor would make it stand out as memorable
More on those changes and what they might mean tomorrow.