I'm visiting over at Tynga's Reviews today and wanted to invite you over to Paranormal Summer Fest! Tynga's featuring a guest post by yours truly PLUS a giveaway of Promise and bookmarks. (There are lots of other giveaways going on there, too, so check it all out while you're there.)
And, while we're on the subject of freebies, there's only one week left in the Goodreads giveaway, with 3 signed ARCs up for grabs. I just ask that if you win, please post a review on Goodreads. *grin*
OK, back to working in Purpose. It's coming along nicely, by the way. Of course, I'm creating shiny new words (that really aren't shiny - but they will be once they're polished), and I love this part. It's the figuring out how to weave them into the existing story that will be painful.
Have you ever had a book that came up so short on word count that you had to create all kinds of new plot twists and sub-plots? What did you do - add new chapters or weave it into and around the existing structure? How did it work for you?