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Fail To Plan, Plan To Fail

September 6th, 2019

When you make the scary decision to call yourself a writer, it is natural to glean as much as you can about writing, either through formal study, research or a combination of the two. Invariably, you will discover numerous ways to construct your story, how you’re supposed to plan and know exactly what the narrative will look like before you start writing. Then, there is the reality.

The Idea

Ideas manifest themselves in a variety of ways and can come from anywhere at any time. Personally, I am often blindsided by an idea when there is no immediate access to writing materials, like in the shower or whilst driving. When this happens I start ‘singing’ the idea out loud so I don’t forget it. The beginning of a new piece is an exciting stage, but it is rarely a fully formed idea. At this point you are likely to have a fragment or several fragments around a theme, a location, a piece of dialogue, a character, or a scene. Read the rest of this entry »




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