Saturday, 13 November 2010
small craft on a milk sea
On Friday evening I was staring at the weekend thinking about all the things I really wanted to do.
By Sunday I'll know that I've missed a few, partly because I still had a couple of largish piece of work to process. I managed to keep Saturday work free, so that I could do shopping and other normal activities, alongside some Nanowriting and a bout of television watching.
I've reached that point in the writing where the lack of a pre-planned plot needed to be resolved, so that I have ways to draw the somewhat diverse strings together during the next section. I'm not sure how many people do this the way I do, where I start with absolutely nothing and then see what happens. The characters somehow draw themselves and at some point I get an inkling of what kind of story is going to mature.
I now have more of plan, probably influenced by the Brian Eno ambient music collages I've been listening to whilst writing.
Posted by rashbre at 17:19