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The Temptation

February 12, 2012

Blowing through the final setup, action, and confrontation, I ran into an implication I hadn’t fully thought through. I’m now about one sentence from writing a very, very different novel than I planned to originally. It might be a better one. And given that I have maybe 2000 words to go, I might just write it both ways and see what happens, run it by WUTA and my wife and best friend and listen to what they say. Focus groups for the win.

This is pretty cool, as unexpected developments go.

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  1. February 12, 2012 5:01 pm

    Jeff Howe swings both ways and his writers group decides his ultimate orientation. Works for me.

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