I’m in the middle of revising 3 stories at the moment. I’m also solidifying the plot on two WIP, one of which I have started, but needed to be replotted, because of a twist I didn’t see coming. On top of that, I’m trying to come up with a short story idea. So yeah, busy right now.
Back to the revisions. Looking at them as a whole, mega-overwhelming. A huge amount of work. Two of the stories, need the whole process, clean up, attention to the details, character, relationship, expanding scenes, cutting scenes, some world building and the list goes on. The other though, I have to cut some scenes, cut some whining by one of the characters, add in some character and relationship development.
Anyone got a corner for me to sit and rock in? Okay, I am kidding about that. My current plan is to take it one step at a time. Start work on the one with the least work first. Do the cutting first, saving most of it in case there’s world building in there that I need to find a place for in the book. Then start on the rest of the work. One thing at a time. Much more manageable.
Back to the revision cave for me.