Planning your novelPlan your novel
Avoiding About Planning Your Novels
To know what your novel is about will definitely help you to concentrate in your work. Yeah, there's something like an overplanning of your novel. Labels that you may have overplanned: the You have a 20+ page design for your novel. You' ll know your character better than your next of kin or your next of kin.
They' re planning a whole weeks or more for the novel. How come overplanning a novel is a bad thing? Timing is the amount of written down material. Any lesson you planned for your novel, you could have written. Planing can trigger fears, you can experience pressures to create the "perfect" novel and not even start at all.
It may seem like work. Or you may find it more difficult to type something that you intended it to be if you had spur-of-the-moment. You may find your way of typing enforced, rather than the naturally and reflectively of your own singular, imaginative part.
Before you begin typing, you can have a project for your novel. These are some ways to prevent overplanning: Select the planning methods that are right for you: Our 6 Ways to Design a Novel section covers some of the common ways to design your novel. Select a way that is simple for you to do and does not involve you so much in the planning that you are forgetting to do it.
There is no need to describe what your characters have worn in each and every one of the scenes, or even to describe the surroundings. Keep in mind that you will do so when the script develops - no need to incorporate it into your plans. Take a note if necessary, but your first planning meetings should not go into every detail.
When researching your novel, you should adjust a timeout so you don't stay at Pinterest or Google all afternoons. Don't waste more than a whole weekend planning and organising the detail of your novel. Have you ever felt like you were planning a novel? So what was your experiance?
Have you any advice on how to avoid writing a novel? Please tell us your thoughts in the commentaries below.