This re-write has run into another snag.
My sooperwoman needs a new sooper dooper power that still meets the parameters I’ve already set out.
I could fiddle a bit with the parameters, but I don’t think I have much breathing room. On the other hand, the alternative is to throw this out altogether and start over.
I do have a partial solution that I can use if I can’t come up with something better.
It’ll tie everything up better with another book that I may write someday, but I’m not about to toss a significant amount of plot out just to make it fit better with that book – which, in any case, stands alone.
There’s never anything such as a perfect solution though. Or rather, they exist in your head but cannot be applied exactly so in real life.
Rather like economics.
I’m not looking forward to yet another period of unwriting. Don’t think I have a choice, however.
I suppose I can always stitch in the interim.
I am half-way through Winter White, and have just started Prairie Moon’s The Red and the Black, which puts me happily at 3 starts into The Year of Starts.