I can see that attitude helping me as well, now that I know more about my word count potential. Congratulations on your win! Shoot I forgot to look when I was home!
Ah, then I definitely have a homework assignment to review that section. Congrats on Nano!! Hey, Angela, great stuff. Now I have an excuse to go buy more writing books. I finished Nano but had a similar lack of prep problem…. I can tell now if I had, I would be doing a lot less rewriting. Good advice. Oh, by the way, it seems to be snowing on your page. You might want to put out a weather advisory. When I was revising pantsed projects I found applying things like this before I tackled revisions helped a ton!
Last year I did got it all done by the 15th. My goasl for NaNo were to participate without driving my family crazy or losing my mind, and win if possible. My lack of neurotic behavior indicates that I have grown as a writer and as a person, I think. That or the antihistamines give me a zen quality. If I can apply this in the off-season I will get a lot more writing done. Save the Cat was my ah ha book that taught me story structure. What I learned is that I can easily write 3, — 3, words in under two hours — if I plot before writing and know what the scene has to accomplish. Like you, I discovered I do much better as a plotser than a pantser.
Thanks for sharing your worksheet. Sokoloff was my aha book on structure and she turned me on to Save the Cat…. Hope you like the spreadsheet! Wow, this is a great post! Thank you for sharing. I will definitely have to get my hands on those books. Great discussion of the intermediate ground between plotter and pantser. And yeah, love the spreadsheets. No Plot? No Problem! Revised and Expanded Edition. Chris Baty. Paula Wynne. Writing Deep Scenes.gelatocottage.sg/includes/2020-09-30/2076.php
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OH thankyouthankyouthankyou!! Your spreadsheets help me so much! I write contemporary romance.