Have you ever wrote a manuscript thinking its a good story – good plot – but after doing a re-write about three times you are halfway through the fourth re-write and either you ditch what you have written and started new.  Knowing the 1st part is good, but then you get to a point where you second guess what you have written.

I’m frustrated, yes, because I’m at a crossroad where I’m not sure. Do I change what I’ve done take the end but it in the middle and make the central and put it at the end. grrr.. I’m debating here.  This is why I would love a coach to guide me.

Anyway blowing off steam this morning. LOL .. going to the rink to cool off and see Newbridge Academy, kick some serious butt, and to watch our nephew, Ethan Pearson, so proud of him.  Cheers



  • 💀Katie Flynn🦄
    Posted November 12, 2017 2:53 pm 0Likes

    Have you queried any agents? If you find the right match, a good partnership can really help you improve your writing, see it with fresh eyes and help with edits and such before pitching to publishers.

    • brendapearson
      Posted November 12, 2017 6:14 pm 0Likes

      HI Katie, it’s hard to find someone to mentor me or coaching. I know my story plot is good but it’s missing – missing that – Je ne sais quoi? It’s missing that real feeling I think. I’ve been living Max in Megan for 4 years now even though the story came out fast and others manuscripts followed. I lack that real feeling in my characters I think, if only someone could tell me what I’m doing wrong. I feel like taking the whole stories and just mix it up a bit. Book two is the conclusion of book one, so I need to make it extra special. thank you for your feedback, No agent, doing the self publishing​ so it’s all on me right now.

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