How I Plan a Book, Part 3

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  • #471

    Sooz
    Keymaster

    Oops! I forgot to share this link last Friday! Well, here you go. ๐Ÿ™‚ And feel free to ask questions here or in the blog comments. <3

    http://susandennard.com/2013/10/18/how-i-plan-a-book-part-3-scene-level-planning/

    #482

    Isabel Sterling
    Participant

    I left a comment on the blog, but I have to say again that I cannot wait to try out the screenplay thing during NaNo. It makes so much sense! Is it NaNo yet? Seriously, I can’t wait to start this story.

    #524

    Sooz
    Keymaster

    Ahhh, I hope the screenplay/skeleton idea works for you!! You can always be as detailed or sparse as you want. I tend to get pretty detailed, spending almost as much time making the screenplay as I do writing the scene…but it works for me! And whatever works, right? ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #1463

    littlemisswriter
    Participant

    What I’d like to know is what if you’re outlining and then you get an idea for a future chapter. What do you do then?

    #1465

    Sooz
    Keymaster

    I write down the idea. ๐Ÿ™‚ Usually I scribble ideas in the margin, and then later on (once I’m done with whatever I was doing), I’ll go back and organize all the ideas-in-margins that are worth keeping. Make sense?

    #1466

    littlemisswriter
    Participant

    Definitely makes sense. It’s worked so far!

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