Finished all the Daphne entries. Scored and Sent back.
Mowed the lawn. Cleaned the Car.
Had my Crit meeting last night and realized one of the scenes I'd written had to go. Two kids showed up and they have no place in my very glamorous Desire. I've banished them to Chicago (that's where their father lives and since they're no relation to the hero or heroine, what the hell were they doing in my story?) So, I'm back to creating a soiree at the Yacht club where the heroine comes face to face with hero's fiance. I promise there won't be any food fights. Although that would be cool.
I don't know why I have so many family issues and side stories popping up for my hero and heroine in this story. Maybe because I gave them such rich back stories and I'm trying to have them work out their issues before they get together?
Planning on writing the synopsis over the next couple of days. With a clearer direction maybe I can keep my characters on the right train.
Do you write synopsis before or after story? Does it help?