9. I'd solve any plot problems in my sleep
8. Or better yet, there would be no plot problems because every time I put my butt in the chair and wrote, the muse would be with me.
7. Okay a challenge is fun but I definitely wouldn't get stuck for
6. Yeah I'd definitely have more confidence in my writing in a perfect world.
5. And I wouldn't write such big complicated plots that I'm constantly freaking about word count or killing darlings.
4. And I have some tried and true tricks I could always rely on instead of feeling like I have to reinvent the wheel with every book.
3. But when I did hit that beautiful, wonderful place where the story just flows I'd be able to take time off from my night bartending job and run with it for as long as I wanted.
2. And I'd like a clone who can answer my emails, play with my cats, clean my house, exercise, cook, and write my blogs so I'm not doing that on my phone on a slow night at the bar (because in the perfect world there wouldn't be slow nights at the bar) like I did this blog entry.
1. In the most perfect world of all, I would have finished this book
But right now I'd just settle with finishing my book before I go on vacation on March 20, which at this rate in this very imperfect world is going to be rough so cross those fingers for me.....