A sunset from Malibu.
The end of the year, and the start of a new one.
The end of one story, and the start of a new one.
Yesterday I completed revising and editing my novel, Never Fall.
The revision process for this particular manuscript felt like an epic journey of sorts, so I felt like celebrating a little. At the very least, I could give myself a pat on the back.
I finished another story.
Well, not quite. For I’m sure more editing and revising will follow.
The process isn’t quite done yet.
Still, I consider my work a milestone. I finished.
On to the next project . . .
Recently, while perusing in-flight television, I happened upon an interview with the director for the film The Artist.
I haven’t yet seen the film, but Michel Hazanavicius captivated me with his passion and commitment to the artistic process. He emphasized the value of the story and considers this the heart and magic of what captivates us.
The story keeps me falling in love over and over again with the the process of writing.
Today, I embark upon another journey. A new story.
I hope this year will bring you many new stories and milestones.