Sometimes, especially when we first start writing, we reach a point where we no longer like or want to work on the story at hand. Usually as we grow as a writer, we can see the errors we’ve previously made and that “spoils” the story altogether.
It’s possible that we might rewrite the manuscript entirely, but even then we are not satisfied, we are not happy. What do we do?
Making a decision like this is difficult. We might regret the decision later, so we must be careful in what we do today.
Holly Lisle’s Burn It, Bury It, Let It Live might help you make that decision. Answer the questions and see how you fair. However, remember, once you burn it you can’t get it back. So be careful you don’t rush into anything.