“Why cacophony?” you may ask. Because it describes several aspects of my writing process, and does it on so many levels.
That’s how it feels sometimes when I’m really on a roll writing a book. The ideas can come so fast that feels as if the characters are trying to outshout each other to get their stories told.
And that’s pretty much what I end up with on the screen until I sort through all the typos made by fingers never properly trained to type. A cornucopia of errors. The typo queen hard at work. I do go back and fix them, but sometimes I’ll read a sentence and have no idea what I meant. Consulting with the characters helps with that.
I also like cacophony because I have all these books I need to write. The ideas fighting with each other to be next. “Oh, pick me, pick me!” Right now I have five other projects in various stages of completion because I had to placate each of them a little bit.
And finally cacophony because it pretty much describes my entire writing and publishing career thus far. But mostly in a good way. Yes, I think there is such a thing as a good cacophony. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
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