2017 · June

Work Party and Outlining

Hello, Readers!

Today is going to be a busy day. The hubby man has a work party at Boondocks tonight so I won’t be available to be getting my work done. However, this has been a really productive morning for me regardless of chasing a two-year-old and tending to a now one-month-old’s needs. It’s hard to believe that as of today he is one month. I swear that time flew by and I’m the grandma, so I can only imagine how hard it is for my daughter to see her kids grow up so quickly. I know it was hard for me when they were younger.

With all of that being said, though, I have managed to start my outline for this project and I’m already the first bit into the whole thing. I tried the whole Magnificent 7 Plot Points that I’ve used in the past to plot, but it isn’t working this time around. Instead, I’ve started to jot down notes to the movie that has been playing in my head for months. I insert markers that signal where I’ll have to put more thought into a scene or where even some of it will play out on its own as the novel develops. It really does feel great to be working once again.

As we have some running to do before we head to the party I need to kick in a few more hours of work if at all possible while getting ready to go and packing a diaper bag. It’s going to be so much fun tonight and I really look forward to it. Until then, I need to rush off and get some more plotting done.

Until next time, remember to L.O.L. (Live it, Own it, Love it) or it isn’t worth doing.

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