Novel OutlineNew structure
Sketch your novel (without taking a bite of your own head)
We are the right place for you if you want to know how to create a new design. Folks keep asking me how I type so quickly and my true response is always: OUTLINÉS. I' ve no clue. To have no clue, I thought I'd make an article about my design work.
For me, unfortunately, about 99% of my "writing process" is only a matter of getting there. It' very difficult for me to explain what I'm doing. Obviously there are many ways to compose a novel now. No, you don't have to outline to be a succesful author. You' re outlining it.
You' re gonna tell me what comes to you, how it comes. There is something that will come out (tears?) and this whole thing is sure to be full of creativity. Most of the time from those who have no clue what they are doing and eating a whole bunch of dark brownie in the name of "writing".
Let me now elucidate my approach with many teardrops and vital crisis. Cause I don't use the snowflake method or skeleton outlines or mind maps or index cards or 3-act structures. THE FIRST THING THAT COMES TO MIND IS THE PREMISES OF MY STORY. I' ll also notice that I want to make a success out of my typing, so I see things through a corporate mind.
I do NOT say I am following the trend and the like (bad ideas!!!!!! don't do that!!!!), but I analyze if an ideas has upside. I' M GOING TO FIND OUT THE TONE OF MY TALE. I' ll summarize my novel simply, quickly and interesting. Most of the time so that I can twitter about it, but also so that I get a sound sense of what the meaning and highlight of my history is.
As topical for my coming NaNo tale, I knew I wanted astabby girl and a bubbling guy, and they will be trapped in a dancing competition and hating each other. I' m gonna go through this like this. Even if you haven't found that out, there's a 99% probability that your tale will sound like a disorientation.
If you' ve ever been an asshole like me and wrote 25+ books *....your eyes twitch and you cry when you have to think of new guys. I' m going to find out how they' re going to evolve by the end of the novel. I' ve worked out 78% of my outlines, but no characters' name.
So, I actually texted "25+" because I have no fucking idea how many ledgers I've had. I' m writing a "film" in my mind. I' m building things like a TV show, because new sections = TV Episode = unexpectedly similar. Every section must be important and 500% points if you end each section with a small cliphanger so that you can continue with it.
Just think about it: make !! it' too !!! think !!!! Begin with visual actions that match the kind of tunes I'm hearing right now. I' m thinking of things that entertain, arouse or interest me and incorporate them into the game. It changes all the while, so my textbooks are always full of interesting things.
And you can be inspire by what you see and hear. When you find your ideas suspicious like something in another textbook you have been reading..... revise it. I' ve been reading a notebook about dance = I want to make a notebook about it. Please see more textbooks. That'?s how I wrote. Cause I do most of my "writing" without ever handling my notebook.
I never do out-of-service. IT' COURSE: IT IS CUSTOMARY TO POST! Yeah, I have a whole database just for sketches and stories. I' m starting a new scrivener for the current script when I begin writing. First, I write: I will then send you a "blurb" or a "request".
I' m writing blur because I already have an operative who's not asking for me. However, man, if you type the flap before the book, you can easily pinpoint your highlight and what makes your storyline playable. When you DO NOT know what makes your storyline fun or conspicuous -> your storyline needs more work.
I' ll probably just create a little bit of personality then. And (?) I don't want to get lost in detail and then NEVER CRIB. I' m writing my contours in bulleted list. It' also a good moment to mention: my designs are very detailled.
It'?s not all the contours! This is what my silhouette looks like: I' ve got most of the SALTY AND SASSY Commentary on my own textbook that you can picture. That' because sketching can be "boring," so I make it more fun than the real work. Usually I end about 20,000 words, which corresponds to a 100,000-word novel.
EXAMPLE OF MY OUTLINE PRODUCTS: You lean back and realize that you arePREPARE. This year I actually wrote 10+ sketches and only 6 volumes. I' m sketching in such detail that I can come back later and start writing the work. Many authors loathe sketches because they crush their own creatives - that's really nice.
But, for my part, I NEVER get bogged down in my typing when I have an outline like this. It is important that you find your OWN processes and bring everything in harmony with you. Proceed and outline! STORY DIFFERENT. Tell me about your write-preparation processes... Sketch... Find out in detail sketches that destroy or improve your creativeness... And how do you find out your own notions?