Monthly Archives: November 2016

Character

The key to creating better plots rests in a deeper understanding of character. — Kristen Lamb, quote from Great Characters–The Beating Heart of Great Fiction So, I’ve been going back to square one to make sure I have a better idea … Continue reading

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Twisty

Devious wimmins have helped me solve my plotting problem. You’ll be in the dedication. Now I just need to fill in with werdz.

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Lines

Advanced the outline a little and started to fill in some of the spots where I have the equivalent of ‘and then a miracle occurs’. I decided to emulate Howard Tayler and just use ‘Mayhem’ instead of ‘miracle’.

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Stumble

Nnngghhn.. Latest Novel concern: The chief engineer is a lying thieving cheat that has suborned a section of the ship’s AI to cover his tracks. The CE has been working an angle for years, playing on a personal friendship with … Continue reading

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