Sticky #58

So I know I’ve kind of been missing since last week’s post about Hitting the Wall. But that’s because the next morning I woke up and I had so many ideas to write! I knew what had to be done to Chapter 3 of Fie Eoin (I cut the entire first scene), I wrote 3000 words on the sequel to TSP (yes, I know TSP hasn’t been written yet, you take inspiration when you can get it), and I even finished storylining the rest of the sequel (that took me a couple days, but it flowed pretty quickly once that wall came down).  In fact, since I wrote that post about setting aside all my other priorities and reading instead I’ve only managed to read three pages, but I’ve written tons!

Today’s sticky is part of what I’ve written this week. I’ve finished re-writing all of the Kindra parts of Fie Eoin and have moved onto the Kaye parts. But Kaye isn’t quite as exciting as Kindra, so I keep putting it off and struggling through it.  But last night I began storylining in the shower and ran in my towel to get a sticky and pen and wrote down as much of it as I could remember when I got out. I think I kinda scared my husband doing that, but it was worth it.  Now I have a roadmap of how Bryant stops hating Kaye and starts falling in love with her. Because I couldn’t figure out how to do that before.  This little sticky is the beginning of his cold attitude beginning to melt, and puts in motion a whole subplot that leads Kaye to become who Aleda has called her to be.


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Rebecca Enzor

Rebecca Enzor is a chemist in Charleston, SC who writes Young Adult and New Adult Fantasy and Magical Realism. Repped by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary. Her debut novel, SPEAK THE OCEAN, comes out with Reuts Pub in Fall 2018!

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