The Wayfarer (mnfaure) wrote,
The Wayfarer
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I'm driving mana_trinicrazy with my doubts. As he says, TTD is done. Let it go; trust the critters to tell you what they think, and move on to the next story. 

So, that's what I'm trying to do, especially since I want to do the second draft (from scratch) of To Be Undone (TBU) for novel_in_90, (2nd round begins June 1st, folks).  The problem is that I haven't yet had time to rekindle my passion for the idea behind TBU. I know that my interest in a project tends to grow the longer I'm involved in it (and I can't seem to maintain excitement for two novel-length projects at one time) , but do any of you have any ideas or techniques for jumpstarting the passion, for reawakening that first burst of inspiration?
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