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August 2nd Question – Have you ever written something that afterwards you felt conflicted about? If so, did you let it stay how it was, take it out, or rewrite it?
Mostly my conflict has been over, is it good enough, or I think of a better approach or perspective, after I have put it out into the world. Sometimes I let it stand or sometimes I pull and rewrite. If it is flash fiction and I get this novel idea, well then I don’t rewrite. I just add a note that things may change in the novel. The latter happens to me a lot. I have trouble in thinking of standalone. I can make anything connect, almost. I see patterns and connections everywhere.