Post by Danielle Wayland on Aug 5, 2015 6:36:17 GMT
Hm, didn't know where to stick this. You guys can move it if you wish.
Anyway I was browsing some websites last night before diving into planning my NaNo and came across this blog: blog.janicehardy.com/ there's a lot of articles she's written spanning all kinds of writing topics (outlining, revision, characters, publishing, etc etc). I bet someone could find one of her articles useful, cuz I know I did. Hope this helps!
Post by Danielle Wayland on Oct 18, 2015 4:38:07 GMT
Over on the Nano Prep forum someone's been compiling a collection of links that span a wide multitude of preparation/planning tools for the NaNoWriMo event (of course you can use them any other time of the year). Includes info on beatsheets, outlining, revision, characters, generators... just a bunch of little goodies!
Siana Blackwood: looking at my wip list with the usual feeling of "I don't even know what happens in these, so how am I supposed to write a summary?"
Apr 4, 2023 7:48:18 GMT
Jᴀy V. Aꜱᴛᴇʀ 💀🐍: You don't have to. I just did mine because I happened to have bullet points I already did. Don't worry about structure or formality, it's just us
Apr 4, 2023 16:48:01 GMT
Jᴀy V. Aꜱᴛᴇʀ 💀🐍: Maybe a list of WIPs but instead of a summary it's one fun fact or one thing you really love about it? Or skip the list and post what you're listening to. Half the point of this place isn't to be strict but to just have fun and interact.
Apr 4, 2023 16:49:28 GMT