On the subject of my second novel, When Skies Are Grey, I thought I'd finished writing it last year. But after sending it out to a bunch of agents and having a few beta readers on board, it didn't look like it really was - it needed more. I wasn't discouraged, I still have a lot of faith in the story so I went in for another re-draft. And I really think I've nailed it this time *she says with fingers crossed and a furrowed brow*
I haven't drafted up another list of agents quite yet. Firstly I've entered my novel into a competition and now it's a waiting game to see how I fair.
And while I know there are probably a few billion other writers hoping for some good news on the competition front, it doesn't hurt to hopeful.
What do you do in between writing projects? Do you take a break or get straight into drafting your next book? Do you feel drained after you've written those two magic words THE END?