For the last three or four years I've been working on a story that I hope will one day be a book, or maybe even several books. It's been an interesting process. I have the bones, but it's been rather difficult putting some flesh on them, so to speak. I get inspired and work on it from time to time, but I keep getting stuck. I get stuck on names sometimes. I'm sure it would be wiser, or certainly more convenient to just give a character a temporary name and move on, come back to it later. But, for me, that would be like having a child and naming it when it turns ten. It just wouldn't be right. So I try different names, and I think one is right and then I decide it isn't quite right after all for whatever reason. I also get stuck on point of view. I have written the same thing three or four different ways, trying to find the right point of view. I haven't quite found it yet. I think it's partly because I just haven't found the right current. I've written other stories, and I can feel when I've found it, that current that takes me exactly where I need to go, without a fight. But I haven't found it yet for this story, which makes me think that either A) I will never finish this story, B) I will finish it, but not til I'm about seventy-three, or C) I need to start all over. Maybe a combination of those is the actual truth. I'm not sure who this will actually be interesting to, but I did warn you that writing every day might lead to some days being a little more...tedious...than others. In any case, that's the story on my story.