Paw Prints — Page One
Posted by Stuart Lennon on
Back in October, we had a review on the Page One by Amanda.She wrote:“I'm a writer. I've written 8 books. By March next year, 5 of them will be published.”Therein’s the problem. It is my considered opinion that Dr Fleet is, at least in part, a machine. She’s one of those fabled, “completer-finishers.” A rare breed, especially in the creative world. When she lays out a timetable to take a book from first draft to publication, she includes times, as well as dates. Then she hits them.Normal people, proper writers, lay out timetables as aspirations, or conversation-starters. “I’ll be done...
Posted by Amanda Fleet on
It's going to be November next month.
Er... yes... so?
Well, there are some people in the world who decide that November is the perfect time to try and write 50,000 words of a novel ("NaNoWriMo").
What might help you to get through NaNoWriMo and have something reasonably planned by the end? A Page One notebook.
This is a notebook designed by writers, for writers. As the professional novel-writer on the team at Nero's Notes, I got my sticky paws on one to road-test, so let me share my findings with you.