Ran out of time to blog yesterday — so this is going to have to cover both days.
I got 912 words yesterday, and did some more worldbuilding. It was an important day because I figured out the big element in an upcoming scene —
And TODAY wrote that great scene, forgetting that it was going to have to be the big MID-NOVEL conflict scene.
So after writing the majority of that scene today, which I love, by the way, I moved it to Chapter 17.
And tomorrow, I will write the scene in Chapter 7 that I should have written today.
Good words. Wrong place. It happens. With modern word processing (as opposed to the manual typewriter I used when I was getting started) it’s no big deal.
Cut and Paste is AWESOME.
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“Cut and Paste is AWESOME.”
LOL, yes. Back when I started, that meant *literally* cut and paste, with scissor and glue!
No shit. Same here. I should have bought stock in scotch tape. (USED ON THE BACK of the cuts, of course).