What a Girl Wants?

…to write the best book and get published.

As simple as that.

I’m playing with a few concepts and ideas and then diligently type them down in numerous word’s doc. Pardon me for I cannot reveal anything here cos’ I’m being superstitious that the creative sparks will vanish. Believe me, I’ve done that a couple of times and it happened. I’ve figured out the title, genres and even the blurbs. What’s left is the synopsis.

I’ve got a lot to do.

Editing is the pain.

But the process will be sweet.

Best of all, I’ve came up with a list of ‘unofficial’ soundtrack for each of my book. I’ll blog about it under ‘Music’ tomorrow.

All you aspiring and published authors, have you ever experienced a plot in your head that you’re killing yourself to get out? Or your mind is cooking conversations of more than two persons?

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2 thoughts on “What a Girl Wants?

  1. A. Forrester July 1, 2013 at 1:14 am Reply

    yes, yes and yes!! i think everybody’s probably got a soundtrack, lol (i know i do :D)!!! at least you’re all the way up to editing… ive got a bunch of random chapters that’s all over the place… my never ending WIP!

    everything i get a idea it doesnt fit in my ongoing work and i have to start a who new book!

    • Deborah Wong July 1, 2013 at 3:29 am Reply

      He-he, perhaps it’s time to sit down and start to work on one of those that you really like. But writing is to free what’s inside of you. I have a soundtrack to each synopsis. LOL…

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