Tag Archives: outlining

Where is this going…

I never know what I think about something until I read what I’ve written on it. —– William Faulkner If you read my last post, you’ll know that I am currently struggling with a dilemma: There’s a new novel that’s … Continue reading

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I’m suffering a Pantster attack

Pantster Tendencies Attack photo credit: tochis via photo pin cc June 1st, 2012 – JuNoWriMo kicks off. I’ve been planning to do this for a few months now. By planning, I mean brainstorming, outlining, thinking about character motivation, story arc, setting, key plot points. … Continue reading

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Some Issues with World Building

To see a World in a Grain of Sand and Heaven in a Wild Flower                                                                          —– William Blake World Building The term came into use initially for Science Fiction, but it is crucial to Historical Fiction, Steampunk, Westerns, any fiction that requires the reader … Continue reading

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Cue the Europe song… The Final Countdown

Approximately 19 hours… NaNoWriMo begins. I am a NaNoWriMo Newbie. I’ve been fortunate to find some incredibly supportive fellow writers who are engaging in this endeavor or who are rooting from the sidelines, and for that, I am supremely thankful. … Continue reading

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