There’s no feeling more awesome than getting excited about a project. Planning, or finding images that help visualise characters and locations, can be fun, inspirational even.
I started planning on the 3rd of October. Why not the 1st or 2nd? I write weekly short stories on Sundays and have Monday’s off, but I did head to the library to snag a book for research.
I also made a ‘preptober plan.’ It’s not as advanced as others I’ve seen people posting on the internet. Theirs have check boxes. Mine is a scribbled list.
So how is my planning going so far?
When I write in a rush, I waffle a lot. I had no plan last NaNoWriMo, and as a result my writing went off the rails in places.
I’ve never planned anything before. I thought maybe it was time I tried.
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