Someone once said that "Writing a book is a journey--don't get lost along the way." How many of you feel lost? Maybe you've come to a point in your WIP and you aren't sure which way to go. Or you've come through a time when you didn't think your book would be finished because you lost your focus. But you finished your book and now you are subbing to agents and/or editors. How did you drive through the roadblocks, face the long revision process and get through that dang, mushy middle?
What you have to say will help folks who are feeling disappointed that the process is moving slower than they'd hoped. When I first started my book I had only written picture books. Picture books and novels are two totally different entities. I wasn't use to the freedom of description that we have writing novels. I love it! So tell us about your journey. It is a meaningful trip to take. And one that I don't want to miss.