This was last day of planning. I did a lot of planning in my head and not enough on paper.
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You know what’s nice? Finding the saggy middle of your story before you write it. That’s nice.
job: write a sweet romance in 12 days.
motivation: mom wants the book.
I am in the second day of my 12 Day Challenge, and I am feeling pretty good. As the title says, this might actually work.
On Day 1, I wrote a summary. I noted only the basics of the plot. I made notes about the story the entire day. The bones are there.
Today, I made character sheets which led to more notes about the story and setting.
I read just about every genre. The genres that I do not read? Romance and erotica.
Basically, I am no-netting this experiment. Between my living sweet romance encyclopedia (my mom) and those two books, I feel like I might be able to pull this off!
A Sweet Romance Story, She Shall Have!
Project: I have 12 days to knock out the first draft of a sweet romance. Following the 12 Day Challenge as laid out in 2k to 10k by Rachel Aaron. Four days of plotting and brain dumping and eight days of writing.
Well, let’s see what happens…
I have been kicking around a middle-grade story idea for about a month now. A few days ago, I finally figured out how to write it.
I basically feel like this right now: