Posts Tagged: writing process

In which she outlines

This thing I’m working on is a strange hybrid: Part 2 of “the one that won’t end” with what I had of “the one that won’t go” tacked on to it because there seemed no obvious divide. It works, sort of, but now I’m suddenly at that stage of first draft where I can’t keep

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Terms of Service gender breakdown

It’s because of this. Roughly in order of appearance but I’ve conflated characters in the same category, even from different chapters/contexts. I changed my own criteria several times while compiling the list, but I think I agree with myself now. I’m pleased with the results, especially as I didn’t make any effort at all to

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Attendance

I swam on my ideal writing machine a bit more (normal people would sleep on it) and came up with what I really want from a thing that keeps track of stuff in my WIP. This is what I normally do in my head, mind. Also on pieces of paper that I use as bookmarks

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Testing Plume Creator

In a comment to my previous post Elizabeth (thanks!) pointed me to this post from a writer who works with the developer of Plume Creator to make it into his ideal writing machine. I’m willing to give it a spin. It wasn’t all that straightforward to get it installed, because it came in .deb and

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