Saturday, November 17, 2007

Thought for the Day...

Don't follow your dreams.
Chase them down.

(C) Me :)

Oh, yes. I'm so on the hunt.

I have mapped out (I have mental blocks against doing outlines) the redefined ending succession of events for P2PC and I'm starting to work on the 'deep muscle massage' of the text.

I like the direction this is taking. I like the way it [should] better define the actions of one of my problem characters. (For those of you familiar with the WIP, this is, of course his most obstinate highness, the admiral.) Mapping allows for creative and unexpected things to pop up as I write, and I thoroughly enjoy that element in the process.

On another spacey topic, don't forget the Leonid meter shower tonight. The articles say it will start here at about 11PM (Mountain time). I'm looking forward to staying up for a little stargazing...the real variety, for a change. :)

OK. Nuff said. Back to work!!! *cracks whip*


  1. Great idea! Reminds me of the Klingon proverb, "Attack the day!"


  2. Happy Thanksgiving backatcha! :)

  3. Laurie -

    Just passing through - I'm in a blog with links to a number of published writers in different genres.

    Your'e welcome to come and have a browse through anytime.


  4. Hello Julie. Thanks for stopping by and saying hi.

    I've left a comment on your blog, too. :)

  5. Hi Laurie - replied on mine.

    Charles Gramlich has just published the third in the Taleran series - Fantasy - and has an interest in sci-fi, Leigh Russell is breaking into the crime scene and Bernita Harris (Innocent a blog) runs a daily writers comment session on her blog - very knowledgeable lady with a background in forensics; writes mystery, paranormal, romance etc.if you want to dip in any time.

    Good to be in touch,


  6. Just out of interest - you using imindmap for mapping? Some neat tutorials on Buzan's site.


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