I guess I'm doomed to never enjoy simple projects.
Okay maybe "doomed" is a too strong word. I actually like challenges. I thrive on them. That's why the first book I ever finished was Doorways, and why splitting it into The Vanished Knight and The Heir's Choice wasn't daunting.
It's what compels me to buy the finest canvas for tapestry work, what makes me want to do bridgework on cakes and what makes me want to paint complex things in oils on canvas.
However, it's the same thing that compels me to look at The Heir's Choice, know that I need to change something big, and have no idea how to work it into what I've written.
And now, as I'm writing this, I'm sort of thinking that I really don't need to change that thing. Maybe the real change should be something else entirely. Maybe I just wanted to change the impossible thing because it's a mental exercise for me, and not really what needs to be done.
One the other hand.... this something else is promising... hmmm....
Anyone else editing? How's it going?