You know, the difficult ones? There are some short stories that I end up developing a love-hate relationship with, a feeling that seems to alternate between drafts as I continuously fail to get it right. Don't get me wrong. I don't always suck. And sometimes I get lucky and things come out pretty clean and don't need too much more. But the other ones... I don't want to give up on about 50 to 75 percent of the short stories I write. So, I keep trying to get them right. I don't know. I guess maybe I have to write a ton of bad stories to write a few good ones. If you are a prolific writer, do you scrap things that aren't working and just move on or do continue to work and rework on them? Revision takes a lot of time and effort. Is it worth sinking it into stories that just aren't working?