My new novel is gaining momentum, in spite of interruptions. But I’ve noticed that I tend to do less on the days I do my yoga. Hmm. Maybe I should do the exercise at the end of the day, instead of the beginning?
I’ve also hit a snag in the plot, and I think I will have to write a few versions of this one scene before finding what works. That can get frustrating, but needs to be done to come up with a solution that will work for the plot and the characters. You see, the hero must decide whether to tell what he knows to an old friend of the family. He probably won’t be believed – or so he thinks. Maybe I should have him envision various scenarios? Meanwhile, the heroine is unconscious, but she could wake up at any time. So many choices!