A very late Wednesday post for me.
My goal for the rest of this month is to do as much prep work as I can before November's NaNoWriMo. That includes pre-writing some posts and getting my commitments in order (I spent four hours yesterday weeding through emails and answering as necessary) in addition to writing down story ideas for my NaNo project.
I am a pantser. I'm okay with that, but it makes prep work difficult. Instead of outlining, I decided to just bullet point events I wanted to happen.
But then I ended up with more questions than answers.
I'd write down a plot point and then my mind would explode with...
If A happens, then B is affected and C makes no sense so D must happen before A and then Z might change.
To say the least, my brain is fried.
For now, I'm trying to make note of any questions that arise, and then deal with them as I'm writing--which is how I deal with plot issues/questions.
Any other suggestions for dealing with the mind-blowing questions?
I'll do a more thorough A Round of Words in 80 Days (ROW80) check in on Monday. But I'm hoping all my ROW80 and NaNo buddies are getting along well.
Oh, and I would love more NaNo buddies. Find me here.