A new story idea came to me a while back, but I shelved it because my latest WIP needed attention. But the new idea kept simmering in the back of my mind, waiting for the right moment. Now I’m in the midst of the dreaded waiting game with the publisher–who received my latest WIP last month–and that new idea’s time has come.
Last Thursday, I wrote 4,000 words. I took a few days off from writing to brainstorm a bit and create a simple outline. Yesterday I wrote 6,000 words. Today I’ve logged another 6,000.
I gotta say: nothing beats the frenzy of a new writing project! At this rate, I’ll have this novel knocked out in record-breaking time.
Question: have you experienced this euphoric frenzy, where the words just spill out so fast your fingers can hardly keep up?