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gr wrote:There is something wrong with the way 85k90 is thinking about things. They have a full year carved out a full year -- "embrace the writing life throughout the year". But there is something fundamentally missing from their writing plan. You will see it if you look at their calendar and imagine adopting the zealous plan of using this plan to write a novel a year at a clip. What is wrong with that imagined writer's cycle of activity? Answer: there is no time in their schedule to figure out or plan their next novel.
85k90 fancies that it makes sense to start a novel project by simply writing it - 85,000 words of it no less. No thinking, no planning, no research. This most basic part of their calendar is a vestige of NaNoWrimo thinking.
Chop off some of the end parts of their calendar and let the winter be your novel prep months -- some time to plan, research and imaginatively envisage your novel. However it is you do that.
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