Remember how I wrote a hundred-part novel? Me neither!
Somewhere early mid 2013 I started that thing. A year and a half later, late 2014, it saw its conclusion. That’s… pretty fast actually, I imagined that taking longer. But, conclusion. It wasn’t finished, mind you. No, you wouldn’t even call it a second draft yet. The thing I produced was a sketch, a rough outline of a fleeting idea.
There’s stories I want to tell. Or rather, there are worlds that I think would make for interesting contexts. Honestly a bit afraid of doing anything with them though. Caves was garbage and will be easy to surpass… but I don’t want the next thing to stop at the “version 0.1” stage again.
Whether I want to do that in a single serious pass or will actually bother doing multiple revisions, only time can tell. My money’s on the one-pass though. In any case, I need to be more serious about prep-work this time. Replace momentum with process this time.
I say that, and yet, I won’t have written a done a single thing by the time next post goes live.