I'm sure this question has been posted before, but I couldn't find it so I'm asking it again. I'm in a pickle. Two years ago, I started working on a story. (It doesn't have a title yet so we'll call it Golems.) I planned the characters, the setting, and even made an outline for it. I wrote the first chapter, posted it on here, got good feedback, but then I got stuck. My brain eventually started moving towards another story I was working on, Desolate, and I never went back. I planned Desolate completely, outlined it, wrote it, read it, made notes in what needed to be changed, and am now working on the second draft outline. However, my brain is now moving back towards Golems. I always wanted it to be the first story I published and wrote entirely. I don't really know why. Maybe because it's a simple but engaging story. Maybe because Desolate comes in three parts, and I know I'll want to write them all in succession. But now I don't know what to do! Should I stick with Desolate, in turn writing books 1, 2, & 3? Or should I follow my brain and my inspiration and write Golems? My husband thinks if I start on Golems again, I'll never finish Desolate. But I'm worried that if I work on Desolate when I really want to work on Golems, I'll end up half-assing the work because my heart just isn't in it. Don't get me wrong -- I still love Desolate. I'm just not feeling it right now. Is it bad to skip around on stories or work on multiple stories at a time? Or should I focus on one from beginning to publishing end? Opinions?