0K, so the Rain journal entry series is taking a lot of parts to be told. I haven’t even gotten to the good part when our hero Rain reaches his destination, fights the aliens and get in the world of problems. Hm, I am seriously torn between finding an alternative end to this story or keep going. If I stop it in let’s say, two more parts, I could move onto the next project, another story etc. But if I stay on this road, I could really go long with it and make a novella. So far, every part had about 400 words give or take. Multiply that with 7 parts, and you get about 2 100 words. So, my mission is to go a bit more, reach 7 500. This is the maximum length of a short story. It means that I am halfway there. Well, not really, but it’s more than any other standalone I’ve done so far.
You decide! What will it be?
A) Look for a way to end the story
B) Keep writing as long as I have an inspiration
I made a progress with my novel editing. I have around 8 more parts to do and send them to my editors for a further analysis. They’ll remove all the unnecessary parts, correct my grammar, fill in the plot holes, fix the times I write in, give thought to the story and what I could do more to make it the best I can.
Also, I make pauses. I have eye pockets deep enough to rock the kangaroos in them, but I keep going. Have you seen the movie Peppermint with Jennifer Garner as the leading character? I strongly recommend. It doesn’t have the cliches as any other action film, and the story is done so well. You can feel the tension within the scene, and have I mentioned that Jennifer Garner is such a great actress? I loved her in Alias. Electra was fun, but the Kirsten Prout was a real surprise in that.
Tomorrow, I’ll be doing some videos, so I have something to go with the next month. Patreon is up and running, slowly, but running. It would help if you could reblog, make a post about my blog, my goals, and stories that I do. And if it’s too much for you right now, I understand.