Last week, I went back to the literal train bridge. I took a break from writing, work, and other commitments. It was hard not to think of my last post. I educated my friend about those safety platforms and we decided they would be very useful to have in all aspects of our life.
I don't like to quit. Diets are the only thing I truly abandon and even those get revisited on occasion. I do often switch up one activity for another when I'm frustrated over the lack of progress. More often than not the progress is held up by my preconceived notions.
I'm about to start a fourth book in the previously mis-named trilogy. My heroine has amazing conflict and arc. The hero is pretty cool but his conflict and arc are so minor in comparison. I'm trying to decide if that can be twisted to maximum advantage (how can he possibly understand her if he can't relate?) or if I should gut him somehow.
I have retreated to the safety platform, in this case creating a wedding gift, while I ponder which train to follow. Outrunning them seems unnecessary when I can take my time and see where they're headed instead.
Which train would you follow?
PS - I feel a bit like Sheldon Cooper and his obsession with trains