Ana muses on seeing The End.
I've changed my ending again. Not the very end, where the hero and heroine say I do.
The chapters just before the end.
I 'd decided I needed to trim scenes from my plot outline so the Black Moment, when the main villain shoots the hero in front of the heroine, happens sooner. Readers would not enjoy too many teaser chases or drawn-out 'this is the villain's nefarious plan' introspections.
The interesting thing (to me) is learning that I really have to sleep on things. And that I can trust that my creative subconscious will provide the insight I need.
I went to bed last night not at all sure of how to write the next chapter. Things were sort of set up, but the actual blow-by-blow steps were shrouded in writer's block fog. I asked for inspiration.
My first thoughts this morning were the answers I needed. I'll have to wrestle them into shape and pad them with descriptions, but I truly feel I am closing in on The End for real. This is exciting!