Fiction Friday: Break week and questioning the story thus far

I’m taking a break from The Farmer’s Daughter this week. I have to be honest I’m stuck in the story but I also am not sure I like the story. I know I can go back and change the story for the final draft but right now aspects of it are really bugging me. So, this week I am taking a break and rethinking things as well as reworking my most recent chapter.

The rest of the story is currently HERE, unless I take it down because I’m so annoyed with the trajectory (and some of the romance cheese) of the story.

Quarantined, rewritten and reworked in some places, will be on Kindle on Tuesday.

Thanks for all that follow along and I plan to be back next week with another chapter.

5 Comments on “Fiction Friday: Break week and questioning the story thus far

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  2. “Good luck” (I can’t stand those words actually) ….blessings (instead) as you work through! You are crazy talented so I’m sure it’ll turn out just right!! ..We’re usually more critical of our work than others I feel like.

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  3. I’m sad to hear that! Both that there won’t be a new chapter until next week and that you might not actually like your story anymore. It’s a fun, cute story and I just love Molly’s family, but writers often fall in and out of love with their stories. I hope you do manage to finish the story, but, as a writer myself who has abandoned an untold number of stories, I completely get it.

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