I clearly remember Kenny B. in the 6th grade showing the class his tongue with a thick glob of Elmer's glue on it. He was making a face like he didn't like it. At the same time he was making no attempt to wipe it away.
I'm stuck at the moment. The characters in Sister Soul have reunited at a location that brings them dangerously close to facing their final challenge. The problem is, they aren't ready for that challenge yet, and I am trying to come up with a graceful way to back them out and get some distance. My worry is that the needed setting change will make the structure of the book too obvious and pull the reader out of the story. I worked for a few hours last night, but I didn't get 1,000 words written. It was one of the stare-y days.
What's Peanut eating? Aged cheddar.