I find myself editing as I go, recreating sentences several times before being satisfied. How many similar items are too many when you are making a point? I add and subtract and then add them back in. Does anyone else second guess themselves in this manner?
Research this morning went well and brought in a new dimension to the story. I like what I found and think it will resonate with the readers. As this is a middle grade / YA story, I am hoping that they will enjoy the research done to make it authentic.
Research is such a fun part of writing. It allows more depth to the characters and their story. Now to get the images created to go along with the story. I would love to be an artist. It is a shame that the images I have in my mind are not going to be the final product. Hopefully, the final products will go above and beyond my own vision of Hiram, and his world.
I only want images to project the feel of the chapter so it isn't like producing an illustrated story.
What are your thoughts on the number of images needed to tell a story? Just the cover image or more?