I do almost everything halfheartedly, except motherhood of course. I have many interests and there are always new things that I want to explore, and only so much time. So things tend to get dropped half mastered while new talents are explored. I only reemerge myself into the things that I truly enjoy. Writing is one of those things. I love it, I don’t know if anyone likes reading it, but I love doing it.
I have always had a vivid imagination. It made for a terrifying childhood, as you can imagine. There was a Boogy monster in my closet and the dolls in my bed all came to life while I slept to mess up my hair. Thankfully I grew out of that and now I like to use my imagination to create stories. Beginnings are fairly easy for me, it’s the ending that I have a battle with every time. Same life theme apparently..
I have been told and understand that your supposed to make an outline for your story. The problem is that I literally have no clue what is going to happen in my stories before I write and it makes it impossible to map out before hand. Do others have this problem? Any tricks?
So…we will see. Cross your fingers, and I will be crossing mine. I can do this. You can do this. We can do this. 😉