Hey guys! Late-but-great is my philosophy today. I'm living up to the first part pretty consistently. Not sure about the second. I guess we'll see.
So my current WIP is pretty cool, if I say so myself. Which I do. And I am SO EAGER to be done with it. But I have a little problem.
Yeah. I've talked about this problem before, which is the opposite of most writers I know: instead of having trouble with writing too much, I have trouble with writing too LITTLE.
And I hate that. HATE. I am burning with fiery, fierce, ferocious hate about how I cannot tell a story the first time around in more than 60k words. Usually, during revisions I easily pick up the other ~20k before I feel comfortable calling it a draft, but I'm on Revision Numero Tres right now and still sitting less-than-pretty at about 57k. I just can't find the right places to make the words go.
So yeah. I LOOOOOOOOOOOOVE writing. Obviously. Or I wouldn't do it. But no love is perfect, and this is what irks me about mine.
I can't be alone. Vent me with, Alliteratus-- what irritates you about your own writing?