I announced that I finished Part 1 on May 31st. I haven’t added to the manuscript since then, so it still stands at 61,534 words.
We’ve covered the Beginning and Middle of your novel, but how do you write a great ending?
Despite the difficult past two weeks, I made considerable progress. I am working on Chapter 34 and hope to finish it by Saturday.
At this point, it is easy for many writers to quit or get distracted by another, shiny new story idea. However, for those who want to get over this hump and reach the climax that drew them to start writing their current story in the first place, here are five tips that are guaranteed to work!
I’ve finally hit a tipping point in the plot that will hopefully propel me toward the climax. Writing the middle of a novel is hard.
Wow, I can’t believe I’ve made this much progress. I’m usually a very slow writer. Whew! I am going to start Chapter 29 today, and as soon as I finish that (hopefully by the end of the week), I’ll only have 21 chapters left in the book!