• @Three_Star_Dave Literarily speaking. Excellent. in reply to Three_Star_Dave #
  • @ChuckWendig @doycet I want one of you to write a couple of blog entries on DESCRIPTION, when how and why. I suck at it. in reply to ChuckWendig #
  • I finished Act I of the book yesterday, in which the main character, in his 40s, decides to grow up. A coming of age story. #
  • I'm almost HALFWAY THROUGH the book! #
  • Huh. I guess that means Act I is really long. #
  • The lesson for the week on editing: Know how the main character changes in each chapter before sitting down at the keyboard. #
  • Another lesson: See it from the main character's point of view – not "what happens now" but "what does MC do about what's happening now." #
  • @ChuckWendig I can do theme. Definitely Woo. in reply to ChuckWendig #
  • Yet another lesson: if you have that figured out and you're still not excited about your chapter, brainstorm again. #
  • Done: Chapter 15/32. "I didn't say it was a good idea. I said it was a favor." #DeNoReWriMo #
  • @doycet @ChuckWendig How about settings? in reply to doycet #
  • @doycet @ChuckWendig I under-desc. So is that also remember at least 3 things? And when/how to set that up? in reply to doycet #
  • Done: Chapter 16/32. "Damn. The greatest scientific invention mankind will ever know. And they'll never know about it." #DeNoReWriMo #
  • @DaphneUn Rewrite, rewrite, rewrite. Tomorrow: The chocolate festival @ Broadmoor.http://bit.ly/3thsEb in reply to DaphneUn #

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