Well, I got everything pretty much typed in today, and while on the treadmill this morning I came up with a little plot element I was missing. That was a relief - especially when I still remembered it when I reached my computer afterwards!! But there are another couple of holes that need filling - this is the problem with this story being tied to my earlier ms. A couple of plot points need to mesh and make sense, or all is lost for both stories.
Of course, I didn't plan that when I wrote the first ms. Does this ever happen to you for those of you who write connected books (either by design, or by accident - as happened her)? Do you ever write yourself into situations you need to keep in mind for subsequent mss?
Thanks again for your continued thoughts for Sean. Alas, no joy yet.
Teresa (who is writing this post to the pathetic mewing of young Cleo - apparently I'm supposed to give all my attention to HER!)
Currently Reading: Dark Angels by Karleen Koen
Link of the Day: Karleen Bradford on Plotting the Story