Though I'm only half way through my prose edits on my eastern-based romantic fantasy, I'm looking ahead to what might be on my plate next. Seems the red-headed step child of my projects--THE TASTE OF ANGELS--is up to bat once more.
I blame the genre. I don't usually do Urban. If I can even call it that. There are so many subgenres nowadays...
SO. Despite having already been through alpha AND beta readers, I'm doing another round of edits, which will hopefully bring the manuscript up to a decent word count. These edits include upping the fear-factor, better establishing the antagonist, increasing the worldbuilding, and making my protagonist punch people less often.
(Yes, that is an actual problem that I... er... he has.)
Do you have a love/hate relationship with any of your projects, writing or otherwise? How to you manage it?