Hey guys!!! I feel like I've been away forever. I found a job! I start Wednesday, I'm a cashier again. :/ However, I make more money than I have ever made as a cashier. Also, I am getting a new car--2011 Ford Fiesta:
Daddy said maybe I'll win the lottery and be able to pay in cash. lol. Until then, I'll make payments, but isn't it pretty?! The sad side of this--my first car a 03 Ford Explorer died. It was my first car and I paid all of it off myself! Just in January, actually. Rest in peace SUV! You will be missed.
I think I'll name this Fiesta. She seems feisty, lol. Any ideas?
Also, I finished my rewrite of the first 6 chapters of my book and let me just say, I LOVE it!! I also feel really good about the changes...like it's where it needs to be now. I know when I read it a year from now I'll want to change it again, but maybe I'll be close to being in print by then and I won't be able to!
That brings up a question: How or when do you feel satisfied with your book? Do you ever feel like it's "there"?
I've read most writers are never quite satisfied with their book, they always see something they wanted to change. Perhaps this is a more present feeling for Trilogy writers? By the time I got to my third book, I went back to the first and realized it need to change a lot!