Almost There . . . and a contest
I went to bed last night at nine o'clock. I think that's when your average American ten year old goes to bed. Somewhere around 8:30 I realized I hated yesterday and the best way to make it end was to go to bed.
So I did.
It would have been a great plan if I hadn't brought a notebook and pen upstairs with me. Instead of drifting off into restorative sleep, I sat there scribbling really bad ways to end the book I'm struggling with. One of my suggestions was "Run away with the circus" which should tell you how desperate this situation is.
I know my characters. I've brought them all together in one place at a very crucial moment. The time is right for major confrontation and healing and promises. It should be a snap to write. It should write itself.
So why isn't it?? Why am I struggling to see through the darkness?
No, I don't expect answers.
But I do expect you to enter my FREE BOOK contest. I'm offering 5 lucky winners copies of SHORE LIGHTS and CHANCES ARE, my two Paradise Point books. All you have to do is send me an email with Blog Contest in the subject header and I'll pick the winners on Monday.
Would somebody please turn on the lights so I can find my way to The End?