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    That's great to hear. And don't feel bad about skipping ahead, in a way, it makes it a little easier as you know already how it ends, now you just have to get there. Also looking forward to the new story.

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    I'm still trying to finish Nacos and a Movie....
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    Sometimes all you can do is just write - it may turn out lousy, but if you keep going eventually you'll produce the good stuff you need to finish your tale.
    It took me a loooong time to finish one short story I was working on; after sitting down & thinking about it, I came up with a way to get my protagonists to where I wanted them to be at the story's end.
    You just have to work at it.
    Again, don't worry if what you write seems lousy; that's what editing & rewrites are for. Just write!

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    Quote Originally Posted by campy View Post
    Well, I have good news and bad news.

    The good news is, a few minutes ago I typed out the final lines of the final scene of the final chapter of Mating Games.

    The bad news is, I haven't completed the penultimate or ante-penultimate scenes yet. I skipped ahead in order to get the finale into pixels before I lost it.

    (Sorry, I've been working on this thing for thirteen years. If I couldn't laugh at the absurdity I'd have to cry.)

    Also, the first chapter of the next story is nearly complete.
    That works. That's what I did with "Queen's Gambit Accepted." I wrote the first three chapters initially, then wrote the last six chapters after that. Then I filled up the middle.
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    The final chapter of Mating Games is now posted.

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    All right!!!!! Happy Dance!!!! On my way to read it!

    ETA: Just finished reading it and left my review. Folks, this is a great ending to the story--go check it out if you haven't already done so. And campy, again, great ending to a great story!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeriddian View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by campy View Post
    Well, I have good news and bad news.

    The good news is, a few minutes ago I typed out the final lines of the final scene of the final chapter of Mating Games.

    The bad news is, I haven't completed the penultimate or ante-penultimate scenes yet. I skipped ahead in order to get the finale into pixels before I lost it.

    (Sorry, I've been working on this thing for thirteen years. If I couldn't laugh at the absurdity I'd have to cry.)

    Also, the first chapter of the next story is nearly complete.
    That works. That's what I did with "Queen's Gambit Accepted." I wrote the first three chapters initially, then wrote the last six chapters after that. Then I filled up the middle.
    I did something similar with a short story I wrote. I wrote the last several paragraphs as soon as they popped into my head before I finished writing the whole story. I did this because I outlined my tale first - I knew where I wanted my characters to end up, and what to do, at the story's end. It just took me a while to get them to that point in a plausible manner. (I ended up sitting on the unfinished tale for a couple of years before arriving at my solution!)

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    Well, when it comes to writing a story out of order nothing tops my first story, Essential Ron-ness. Over a few weeks I penned about six or so small Kim&Ron vignettes, hoping in vain to develop one of them into something larger. It wasn't until I looked at them again that I decided they could all be fitted together. Then I wrote transitions from one to another, rearranging them several times before the final order was settled.

    And the very last thing I wrote at the very last minute, the "feedback from Middleton," actually led to all the rest of my stories. Without it, they wouldn't exist.

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    Announcing Cri de Guerre, my new fanfic.

    Because it contains nudity, adult themes, and some bawdy badinage, it's rated M for Mature Audiences, though the humor in it is probably more suitable for those Elderly-But-Still-Immature like its author.

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    Just read it and left a review. Jess really knows how to stir things up. Looks like it's going to be a wild ride.

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