Here are some helpful tips for keeping track of your writing notes.
Do you have too much information to keep track of for your novel?
Are all your notes weighing you down?
Do you have index cards, post-it notes, and loose paper flying free all over the place?
Well, this post can help! (I think.)
I started writing George Florence in November 2013. Since then I’ve edited two drafts. Then I re-wrote the whole novel, completely changing the dynamic of it. I am currently on the second draft of that version.
So I tell people I’m on the second draft, but it’s technically the fourth draft. The information is the same, the plot is the same, the cases are the same.
Yet every time I’ve edited the draft, I’ve looked at pacing, dialogue, character development, and that kind of stuff. I’ve looked at plot, but never really paid any attention to whether or not my information was correct.
Yes, this is…
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