The Story Will Out

Super quick post tonight because my Muse has me in her glorious grasp. Sometimes you sit on a story for ages. A week. A month. A year. More.

What happens next!?!

And some days, the dam cannot be held back any longer. Today is my day. This Hades and Persephone story has gnawed at me for years. Last week I ripped the story’s scribbled pages out of my ancient green notebook and started transferring it to a real notebook. I violated the prime rule of authors: We horde beautiful notebooks. We never, NEVER write in the notebooks.

Well, I’m writing in that notebook now. Not only that, I’ve started index cards for each scene. I’ve finished Act I’s note cards! I’m not waiting. I have the time, the energy, and the muse.

Let the words flow!

Of Hades and Persephone

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2 Comments on “The Story Will Out

  1. It’s awesome that your muse has come to visit. It’s a rare occasion, but it takes someone who’s practiced writing long enough to appreciate it when it’s here. Wishing you more days like this in the future!

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