Inside Look at Writing More 2: Poor Luke

Yesterday while working on the sequel to MORE, I added something I hadn’t planned on before now. It was a very intense moment between Matthew and Richard. No matter how far Luke has come, it’s a little scary when he’s the one who has to make the other two talk. This scene doesn’t take place until later in the book than what I’ve been working on, but I just had too many ideas running through my head. I had to get their conversation down. Now I’m back to working on earlier chapters. I cannot wait to get to the follow-up scenes after that Matthew/Richard moment.

I also completed changes to the Epilogue for BREATHE that I’ve been wanting to write since I first finished that book. As I read through it one last time, I cried and sighed and smiled like a goofball. Love those guys. I’ve sent it off to my editor to review. More news on that will be coming soon.

And part six of MORE THAN JUST A GOOD BOOK has been sent to a couple of people who help me with the editing. My newsletter followers will be the first to be notified when part six is available to read via my website, so be sure to sign up to receive my newsletter if you haven’t yet.

Well that’s where I’m at with my current projects. Hope you all are having a great week!

6 thoughts on “Inside Look at Writing More 2: Poor Luke

  1. I cannot wait for the next installment of More but also after reading MORE THAN JUST A GOOD BOOK, now I’m hooked and looking forward to part six.

    • Michele: So glad you’re looking forward to more of both. Part six is on its way. I’ve gotten some of the edits back and I’m working on the changes. Thanks for taking the time to let me know.

  2. I just read part six of More Than Just a Good Book. Loved it! I thought Mark reading to Scott was hot. Of course I knew the excerpt immediately from one of my favorite novels ever “More”. I think I single handidly helped promote that book to friends on Goodreads. Waiting for “More”.

    • Michele: So happy the “reading” scene worked for you. Thanks for letting me know you enjoyed part six and a huge thanks for all the Goodreads recs. “Word of mouth” from reader to reader is still the best way for an author to build a readership. It means a lot to me when I hear that people are sharing about one of my stories they’ve loved. Thank you!

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