I think this needs to be motto right about now.
My WIP has me befuddled and not in a good way.
I'm not sure if I'm writing an NA--the main character is between her junior and senior year of college. Or if it might be Women's fiction because there's two alternate viewpoints of the same character--her senile grandmother.
See, the main character, Emma, is finding letters from her grandmother's younger years that tell her own story.
And then there are times the older woman has her own senile stream-of-conscious thoughts.
And there's a hero and I'm not sure if I should throw his viewpoint into the mix and muck it up some more.
Some of the letters I've written ahead of time and add as needed. So, last night I was typing the story into my computer because I lost in the downfall of my netbook. I had a copy on my Kindle, but you can't transfer from there to here--unless you know a secret I've yet to discover. If so, leave me a note in the comments :)
And while I was retyping, I noticed that I have two versions of a major reveal. Which one is better? Should it go here or there? Agh!
So, I think the best course is just to plug away. Write some more and worry about the inconsistencies in the revision process. But, it's hard for me to relinquish that control. I want everything solved right now. You'd think I'd be a better plotter with that mindset, wouldn't you?
Okay, time to end this, suck it up, and produce another couple of pages.
Advise accepted with extreme gratitude.