It's that time of week again. Like a Weight Watchers weigh in where I admit that I used all my points on brownies that week instead of sticking to the plan, I am holding myself accountable to you guys.
First things first, I got 4000 words completed this week. Not as much as I wanted, but better than last week. I'm am roughly 9k-15k words away from category romance length, so the end is in sight. Unfortunately, these last few chapters have been so much more difficult to write than the first two thirds of the book. I know how I want it to end, but I feel like I'm swimming through peanut butter to get there.
I stare at the blank screen, I start a scene, then question myself, hit delete, start the scene at a different place, stare at the screen some more. Grr. I'm trying to do the "just write, it's a rough draft, and fix later" thing, but my internal editor is being completely obnoxious. And don't even get me started on my muse. I think she's somewhere in the corner painting her toenails and watching reruns of The Hills. Because she's definitely not helping me out any.
Perhaps I should jump to the end, write than part, then come back to the part I'm struggling with. I'm a chronological writer, so that would push me out of my comfort zone, but it might be worth a shot.
How is your WIP going? Is your muse being nice to you? And are you a chronological writer or a jump to the scene that inspires you person?