The Wild Swans is trolling me. For those of you who don’t know what trolling means…
Being a jerk because you can, most commonly refers to exchanges and activities on the internet. Synonyms: The Wild Swans
I’m happy with the way The Wild Swans is turning out. I’ve mentioned it a few times already, but this story has more hit to it than Beauty and the Beast, and the characters are more complex too. The downside is that this story, this, this irritating tale is never done. I’ve done a few edits on it now, added in several new scenes, and while I want to say it’s done (except for the final edits) I’m resisting. Why? Because every time I tell someone I finished it I’m hit with a nagging thought of “Things would tie up better if it went like this,” or “I forgot to mention that in the beginning of the story,” which means I have to go back and fix it. It’s great because you guys will (hopefully) end up with a really nice end product to read, but it does serious damage to my mental state because it’s just clinging to me like a burr! I like finishing books, I don’t like sitting on them like a roosting hen on an egg!
Still, as much as I complain all the additions are worth it if it means the story is richer/of higher quality. (Just don’t tell it I said that!)
And finally the update for CHAMPIONS’ CHOICE
- Life Reader: 21
- My Life at the MBRC: 20
- Red Rope of Fate: 10
Remember to cast your vote by April 3! The race is much closer than I thought it would be, so I’m just as excited as you guys. Thank you to everyone who voted, and I will see you on Wednesday.