Monthly Archives: October 2018

NaNoPlanMo – Day 6

Take some time today to think more about What If questions. You can take them a step further by first thinking about your chosen genre. Ask yourself, what is expected from this genre? You could say, if mystery is your thing,

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NaNoPlanMo – Day 5

A Look at the Snowflake Method – Part 4 of 4 Here is the fourth installment of the ten steps to writing a novel using the Snowflake Method. Steps one through eight were posted previously. Here now are steps nine

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NaNoPlanMo – Day 4

A Look at the Snowflake Method – Part 3 of 4 Here is the third installment of the ten steps to writing a novel using the Snowflake Method. Steps one through six were posted previously. Here now are steps seven

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NaNoPlanMo – Day 3

A Look at the Snowflake Method – Part 2 of 4 Here is the second installment of the ten steps to writing a novel using the Snowflake Method. Yesterday I posted steps one through three. Here now are steps four,

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NaNoPlanMo – Day 2

A Look at the Snowflake Method – Part 1 of 4   I recently ran across a method of novel planning called the Snowflake Method. I’d heard of it before, but never seen what it is. It takes a seemingly

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NaNoPlanMo – Day 1

It’s October, or for those in the WriMo Realm, its National Novel Planning Month. What are you doing about your novel? Do you have a plan? Do you know your characters? Their motivation? Their conflicts? Think about the stories and

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