27 Things Writers Think After Finishing Their First Draft

  1. It’s done.
  2. What do I do now?
  3. What if I don’t have another book in me?
  4. Maybe I’ll never write again!
  5. It’s alright, it’s done.
  6. It’s terrible.
  7. It’s not done.
  8. What am I supposed to do with this mess?
  9. I must get it published.
  10. What if no one will publish it?
  11. I’ll read it.
  12. I love it!
  13. Dear goodness it’s unfixable.
  14. I’ll just change the plot.
  15. And the characters.
  16. And all the words.
  17. I hate this book.
  18. I’m going to burn this book.
  19. I forgot about the betas!
  20. The betas will love it.
  21. The betas will hate it.
  22. What do they mean they like the bit with the dragon? There isn’t a bit with a dragon.
  23. Forget the matches, I’ll just fix it.
  24. It’s actually not that bad.
  25. I’m never going to be able to fix this.
  26. I shall never write again if this is the result.
  27. People will love it, I mean, they read Twilight, don’t they?

2 thoughts on “27 Things Writers Think After Finishing Their First Draft

  1. No 27 is basically my main motivation when I think my story is bad. Except that I think about 50 shades of grey instead. Haha.

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    1. Haha! I have to say Twilight because it’s *almost* bearable. It kills me to think people actually read never mind pay for trash like 50 Shades :(

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