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A Bad Haircut?

Right now I’m tearing my first draft into about a million shreds. I think it looks like someone with a really bad haircut. You know, chopped here, too long there, and maybe some mismatched dies scattered around that really need to be blended.

But…. I’m excited! I love what it’s shaping into. The bad news is I have to write a totally different ending. A much better ending, of course.

I think I’m going to write it next week when my husband is off to China for his soccer tournament (Which by the way, we all should start hoping he wins. You know that sulking, bad mood and all stuff when he comes back without that trophy). I’ve been bouncing some really horrible stuff for my MC to go through–poor thing– and a cool setting that I’m excited about.

So maybe this isn’t really a bad haircut, but one in the making.

Anyone else need a haircut? I’ll do yours for free.

16 Responses to A Bad Haircut?

  1. Lenore says:

    As long as it’s great in the end!

    You need to post a picture of your kitty. Ours is a Birman, but they are pretty closely related to Persians.

  2. Kate says:

    They say the difference between a bad haircut and a good haircut is about two weeks. I wonder if that will work for you?
    Good luck with the rewrites!

  3. Kim Kasch says:

    I recently got a major haircut ๐Ÿ˜‰
    now I have to finish my WIP before I shred it to pieces

    ๐Ÿ™‚ that’s a hard thing for me to do – I usually over edit as I go.

  4. PJ Hoover says:

    Mine is getting some extensions as we speak. The feedback I got it that it needs more (weird, I know). So that’s what I’m working on.

  5. Casey says:

    Mine isn’t in haircut mode yet. I’m in puzzle mode. A 60k piece puzzle – ha!

    I feel like I’m slowly going insane with each word that I add because I’m not sure it’s in the right spot and everything feels so convoluted.

    Ahhhh!

    Hope your haircut turns out fantabulous!

  6. beth says:

    *stands in line*

    Yes, please hack it all off. Yes, all of it. You know what? How about bald? Bald is beautiful, I hear.

  7. Martha Flynn says:

    good luck!!! my personal “haircut” has been neverending.

  8. Kim Kasch says:

    Oh Rena beat me to it.

  9. You guys have me laughing. Love it!

    Lenore- I will post a picture of Misty soon. Just for you. But you’re cat is beautiful. I didn’t realize she was Birman!

    Kate- thanks!!!!!!

    Kim- and I love that cut. It’s gorgeous on you

    PJ- Extensions! nice!

    Casey- a puzzle. I can totally see that

    Rena and Kim- oh! I’m excited now. I feel so loved.

    Beth- bald is beautiful!

  10. C.R. Evers says:

    think of it as a makeover for your MS. It’ll look fabulous, dah-ling, once the makeover is complete. :0)

    christy

  11. It takes me forever to get through a draft because I want to edit it to death as I go.

    Just give it a trim here and there to shape it up a bit. Maybe style it a differently. It might not be too far away from a grand do!

  12. Brenda says:

    The best part about bad haircuts is that it always grows out to be what you wanted in the first place…good luck growing out your bad haircut…I’m sure the final product will be wonderful! Hugs…

    p.s. I nominated you for the Lemonade Stand Award on my blog…Hugs…

  13. Ello says:

    I have to say that my whole MS is in surgery – not just a haircut! blech!

    But glad you are getting close!!

  14. Brenda- Thank you!!!!

    Ellen- wow. that’s huge! take care.

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