This week I’ve got a guest post over on Kristina Stanley’s blog: take a look! It includes my favourite tip for planning your novel.
It’s Monday again, and we’re here with Damon L. Wakes author of Ten Little Astronauts.
Planning Your Novel by Damon L. Wakes.
Personally, I don’t like to plan my books in too much detail. Knowing (at least in your head) how you get from beginning to end is essential, but for me summarising individual scenes seems excessive: I feel as though I might as well just write the scenes themselves.
What I find does help is to take a pack of record cards and note down all the major plot points, one per card. This makes for a really quick way to put together an outline of the story, and you’re free to add or remove cards as necessary, even while you’re working. There are other advantages to this sort of plan too, but I think those are best left for another post.
I first tried this approach when…
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