The Next Project Reset

K.M. Allan

It can take years to shape a WIP into its book form, which is why it feels so weird to type “The End” and know for sure it is the end.

While this is seen as a job well done and the signal that it’s time to move onto the next project, for some writers, that’s a hard thing to do.

You might not know what to work on next, or you might have the perfect idea but are too burned out to sit down at your keyboard and get started. When this happens, it’s time to reset.

The Next Project Reset

I’m halfway through my current project, a four-book YA Urban Fantasy series called Blackbirch. Books 1 and 2 are published, book 3 is at draft five, and book 4 is at draft two.

I know how the project ends and only a few hundred more edits are…

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