Monthly Archives: February 2020

Cool Links 2-22-20 Edition

Cool links 2-22-20 Edition It’s been <cough, cough> a while since I’ve posted my favorite websites from this week. Cool Links 2-2-20 Edition is now Live! Read about bees, Girl Scouts, Tom Hanks, and French bookstores. Bees and Girl Scouts When my daughter chose the project for her Girl Scout Gold Award, she raised ladybugs…

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#TT 19-1/2 Step Plotting Worksheet

19-1/2 Step Plotting Worksheet It’s #ThrowbackThursday, and we’re in the wayback machine to last June, when the sun shone, the temperatures gladdened our hearts, and we could step out of our homes without bundling up like Randy from A Christmas Story. Enjoy this 19-1/2 step plotting worksheet. AnnaER / Pixabay If you’ve always wanted to write…

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Stop Plotting Paralysis, Use a Central Premise #AuthorToolBoxBlogHop

Stop Plotting Paralysis, Use A Central Premise SEVERAL PLOTTING METHODS are based on a structure that takes one concept and builds on it, expanding and splitting until a workable outline is achieved. By breaking the plot into small steps, the overwhelming process of plotting an entire novel is avoided. These methods are based on a…

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