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I finished the second revision of 'The Crystal Bowl" and it's currently being edited. I'm hoping to hear from Liz in early May. Hopefully there won't be too much more work to be done. I can actually see myself reading to kids in schools and hearing them laugh and go 'wow'. That's the part I'm really looking forward to. I did think the book would be well on her way by now, but, what I've learned is that it takes what it takes. Every story, eery book, every painting has a soul.
All my stories and books have spoken to me and let me get to know them better as we go along. For me, it hasn't been something I could hurry.
My next project is "In Words She Couldn't Say". I love this book and can hardly wait to get back to it. It tells the story of a dysfunctional, torn apart family, that begins the healing process after Clancy, the only child, drives drunk and nearly kills a young mother and her baby. As they each face their demons, the family begins to heal. Clancy finally finds the love she's been looking for all her life.I've been working on this book for well over 3 years.
Tension, wanting more, excitement, conflict are the emotions that keep the reader motivated to keep reading, wanting to know the outcome.. Without tension and conflict, your reader will lose interest and move on to something else.
struggle, conflict, story, writing,