When is a Book Finished? ~ Ep. 372

When is a story is finished? When are we done writing the book? When do we know it’s done? How do we know when we are done writing a book?

My thoughts on when a story is done:

–Trust your intuition…

–When your character decides they have nothing more to say, you have gone through all of your plots, you have resolution… you have no further questions…

–Let it go…

Writing prompts/meditation:
As I think about getting to the end of my story, this essay, my book I know that it still needs…
When I complete my novel the three people I would like to read the work and whose opinion I value…
I am committed to waking up tomorrow and writing…
My intention for today…

MY INTENTION for today… you will know when you are done… today I trust my intuition, today I trust my inner voice, today I trust my writing ability, today I trust my characters.

Wishing you peace, love and prosperity! 

Anabel

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