M. L., thank you so much for sharing this. I’m almost finished with the rough draft of the re-write of my first novel and am stuck on trying to tie the clues together. Whether or not this solves my problem, I know it will help with the next novel. Thanks again. Reblogged from https://uninspiredwriters.com
Good morning writers, I hope you’ve had a great week.
I took a little time out this week, and took myself to Edinburgh for a few days. It’s an amazing city, and my aim was to spend some time alone, plotting novel 2 ahead of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month).
Whether you’re planning to take part in NaNo or not, you may sometimes find yourself struggling to turn an idea into a full plot. I know do. So I’m going to share with you my method for turning a fledgling idea into a full story outline. (Please note, this is not a guaranteed guide, it works for me but may not work for everybody.)
Take a look at the following eight steps, to turn your novel idea into a plot:
1. Spend some quiet time thinking
The first thing I do when I have the stirrings of a new…
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