What is Pimp my Plot? It's a brainstorming exercise that's often a tradition at National Novel Writing Month kickoff parties. How does it work? Participants needing plot input write their genre and plot dilemma on an index card. The dilemma cards are placed around a table, with a cup next to each. Participants walk around... Continue Reading →
He's a local boy-turned-outsider. She's a community leader wary of developers. How can they get past their differences to save the beauty of rural Montana, reconcile their family histories, and build a strong community and a trusting friendship (or more)? Doris and Richard must sort out obscure family and water rights complications before they can... Continue Reading →
The first draft is just you telling yourself the story. ― Terry Pratchett
Editing is the very edge of your knowledge forced to grow--a test you can't cheat on. ― S. Kelley Harrell
I'm about to find out if Save the Cat! can save my 2017 National Novel Writing Month draft, Invulnerable.
Tedium turns to terror as Nance discovers that one of her fellow jurors may actually be guilty of murder himself -- and has her in his sights.
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