Lately, I've been having a problem with manuscript fidelity. Usually, I cuddle up with my WIP, and stick with it until submissions do us part. This past week, I couldn't seem to decide which manuscript was my heart's desire.
Last Monday, I posted that I was putting aside TAoCBS. I started an exciting new affair with DB. I adored the protagonist of DB for at least a couple chapters. Then, alas, TAoCBS started looking better. I remembered its laughter and light-hearted spirit.
In honor of the NCAA playoffs, I revisited G&G, my basketball novel. Perhaps G&G is my true champion.
Fortunately, CBL is off getting a paid critique. Out of sight. Out of mind.
I noticed something important during my wild and crazy spring break. The manuscripts with male protagonists have more action than the ones with female protagonists. Who knew my muse was so sexist?
Happy Book Birthday to Jennifer Honeybourn!!
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