My apologies for this being a little late, Squiders. I spent yesterday pulling out 5,000 words around everything else, so I’m afraid blogging fell by the wayside. Something always does, during Nano. This year it seems to be blogging (sorry!)
Another issue I’m running into with my Nano is my structural beats, or acts, or whatever you want to call them. You see, when I plotted Nano this year I tried a new technique. In the past I have phase
I’ve always thought that Nano is a great time to try something new–new structure, new genre, new chronology, whatever–because I feel the format of Nano forces you to keep going where, at other times of year, you might turn back
Do you ever have those days–or weeks in this case–where your ability to adult just kind of falls apart? Yeeeeeaaaahhh. I’m going to at least partially blame it on the weather. We dropped below freezing mid-morning on Monday and have
Sorry, Squiders–the whole lot of us are sick, and it’s hard to motivate brain thinking in this state. So, instead, have a music video for a song that has been stuck in my head for days.
So, I’ve started my space dinosaur story, and in general things are going well, but I’ve discovered I was underprepared in some aspects. Yes, I had the history of the world between now and the start of the book, had