Got about 700 words of awesome written (here’s to ramping up the mystery or whatever it was I just did), so I’m going to say that makes up for the 470-ish words of mediocrity that I wrote yesterday.

Trust me, it’s mediocre, but like I keep saying, that’s what editing is for.

And as another bonus, while I was walking to my car after work, I got smacked in the face with a bunch of inspiration on what scenes are coming up and in what order.

Trust me, it’s mediocre, but like I keep saying, that’s what editing is for.

That’s new, because in writing You Will Find Your Way, I usually just make each part about what comes to me when I sit down to write every day, which is why some of the pieces and plot points may feel a little disjointed.

I’m going through and doing a full edit of each part on Sunday prior to posting, which fleshes some things out and makes the story make sense when I release it to the interwebs. Once I finish this whole project (whenever I feel the story is at an end, but that’s not going to be for a while since I just barely started Part Twenty One and we’re not even at the midpoint) I’ll do a full edit of the project, maybe add a couple bonus scenes to the compilation and put it all together.

Maybe I’ll even make an audio book to go with it.

Just a thought. I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately.

And now I get to tell one member of my family that another is in serious need of therapy. I definitely should have saved last night’s Jell-O shots for tonight.

Oh well.

Background Noise: Halsey’s Badlands, specifically Castle, Hold Me Down, New Americana, and Strange Love and, yeah, basically the entire album.

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Author: TheFakeRedhead

A life-long college sports fan and forever bitter about the country's east coast biases, Kathryn, the Fake Redhead, graduated from the University of Arizona with a BA in Creative Writing, emphasis in poetry because she felt the fiction studies emphasis was too pretentious. She is currently helping other writers hone their craft while she pursues her dreams of becoming a published novelist.

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