stuck

I went into my nanowrimo with a vague plan. I had some idea where Jeff’s story was going. Enough that I wasn’t too worried about connecting the dots while I wrote.

Unfortunately, I’ve hit a point where the story could spin off in a few directions, and I’m not sure which path would be best.

If this wasn’t a Wrimo, I’d take a few days and wander through my brain trying different scenarios until I found the one the worked best.

But this is  a wrimo. So I need to make a choice and stick with it. I might give myself to today to try cut out a few ideas…

Yeah, that’s about what it feels like. I’m just sure if I’m the guy with the knife for the one strapped to the chair.

 

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