Sometimes I think the plotting and researching for a book is more fun than the actual writing, well at least the revisions part! That's the way it is for me. And I'm still working on layering what needs to be there in Barefoot Dancer. But layering is the part I like. You know--when you go over the story and come up with things that would make it better or fix something that just isn’t exactly right for the character... Like for instance, in part two of the Shadow Realm scene, Michael (hero) has to face the Celtic Ancients who created the curse that’s been plaguing his preternatural family for centuries. And has separated him from his beloved Kim (heroine). But finally Michael, refusing to fight anymore, puts down his sword and bows before them. In the original version, he engages in battle with the Ancients. I like the non-violent version best. It fits well with the hero’s healer image that is the crux of part one. Little things can change a story and make it so much better.