Yin and Yang?

I found a way to avert a tragedy in part-2 (one less person to die!), but the funny thing is that keeping him alive has made me more willing to consider killing-off somebody else I’ve been waffling on.

How awful is that!


My logical part tells me that I ought just to focus on the first part till that’s done, but since the story’s basically a single organism to me, I can’t really pick which part grows at any random time.

When I’m writing, sure, but brain flashes and deepening connections?  Those are less volitional at this point.


I’d rather not lose any characters– they are like my friends, if not my “babies”– but I’m trying to remain open and honest about what best serves the story.

No casualties in in part one, though (according to the plan as it stands).

2 thoughts on “Yin and Yang?

  1. Wow. Having just read a blood bath type series. . .well, not really, but a lot of people die, it’ll be nice to read something with a slim body count.

  2. It’s actually a near-zero body-count (the people you care most about). Maybe no one “special” will die, but I feel it would be dishonest to write off the possibility entirely.

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