Shannon Stacey

Fell in a plot hole…

…and broke my rhythm.


DG3 (aka Gallagher’s book) is writing itself backward. Usually I get the first two or three chapters, then I start jumping around and writing out of order—having little to no clue how the book will end. This time, I’ve got the last two chapters plus the jumping around, out of order scenes. Why?

I have a freakin’ ginormous plot hole in the second scene of chapter one. Doesn’t that suck? I’m sure, given enough breathing room, the solution will come to me, but right now it’s making me crazy.

Speaking of, I wrote down the 19th, but there’s still no sign of Adrenaline on MBaM, so…I don’t know. Maybe it’s out in print, and maybe it’s not. I’ll let you know.

ETA: Oh crap! Two ginormous plot holes in Chapter 1! :rant:

Oh, and 72 Hours and On the Edge are both up on now. Cool.

4 comments to “Fell in a plot hole…”

  1. Charlene
      · June 19th, 2007 at 5:28 pm · Link

    It hurts to fall into a plot hole. But you can write your way out. Hang in there.

  2. Michelle B
      · June 19th, 2007 at 6:38 pm · Link

    I have faith in you Shannon!

    And Adrenaline was on MBaM when I looked just a few minutes ago:)

  3. Emma Wayne Porter
      · June 19th, 2007 at 6:42 pm · Link

    *perks up*


  4. Anna Louise Lucia
      · June 20th, 2007 at 2:25 am · Link

    *points and laughs*

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