I know I'm mildly OCD, but I never thought it would drive me to almost brave the nasty wind out side for some poster board.
Yes, poster board.
Joy on the Journey did a post about how she's tackling revision.
It is a must see for plotters. Even pantsers should take a look.
Might just be the straight lines and post-it notes, but I am definitely giving this a try.
Once the wind dies down. Tuesday we got 5 inches of snow, by Wednesday night it was all gone. I think it almost hit 60 on Thursday, and this weekend was decently nice. Today it rained heavily off and on, now the wind is whistling through my windows. Weather says it's 45 degrees out, but feels like 37.
I really think her process will greatly help me with Ivory. I've tried index cards for the scenes, but it always gets messy and unorganized. I've tried listing out on the scenes in word, again, gets messy and unorganized.
Post-it notes have always been near and dear to my heart, and grids are just peaceful.
Now that you all know how crazy I am, I'm signing off to go make dinner. Maybe I'll stop at the office store after school tomorrow.
Do you outline or just wing it?
Have you tried both ways?