I guess the honeymoon is over. Now I have to spend time getting to know my manuscript upside down, inside out, warts and all. Hopefully, I will be able to deploy some laser edit surgery to smooth over at least a few of those warts.
I also came up with a title. Just the one so far. I previously wrote about how I can't come up with titles, so I was pleasantly surprised when this occurred to me. It's kind of a play on words although I'm not sure if it really works. Anyway, drum roll:
The Memory Cell
Helen Crossdale is a career-driven woman who doesn't think she has any room in her life for love. But when she accidentally runs a man over, she feels a strange attachment to him. The man has no identification, and when Helen is let off charges with a warning, she goes to the hospital to see him on a whim. She claims to be his wife in order to be admitted to the ward; when he wakes up with no memory, she continues the facade.
He is discharged and she takes him to a secret flat in order to avoid detection, but others are on her trail. And as her "husband"'s real memory starts to come back, can she keep her own sanity?
I'm happy to hear any further suggestions on titles! If I choose yours, I'll be sure to give you due recompense in the course of time.
I'm now planning on taking a few days off to catch up on as much as sleep as I can, and then I'll start on other stories and projects on Monday while I gather feedback from my CPs.
Where are you at with your writing?