I have attempted to revisit my story and thinking that the dream segment might be too much. Writing a continuing story isn't easy and it doesn't help that I have been visited with a serious sinus headache. If I weren't sharing my unvarnished writings, I would most likely cross off the bit about dreaming. I haven't decided if I want this to be science fiction or a woman's coming to terms with life or a combination. If it is science fiction, how much of the story will be of the dreams she's confronted with and what happens when the dream is a future dream about a loved one? Can she change the future and prevent the dream or is the dream destined to play out while she watches on in helpless frustration? How would that affect her future relationships and what does she have to share with her gathering of friends?
Just some thoughts on my creative writing project. My sinuses are really hurting today. They woke me up an hour ago. I took some generic Claritin and Excedrin in hopes of kicking it in the butt but so far, the headache is kicking me. I wonder, if perhaps the headache can be worked into the story? I will be revisiting the story as my mind grapples with the plot line. Advancing a plot line beyond a short story is totally foreign to me.