Just thought I’d let you know that I’m guest-blogging over at Randy Ingermanson’s Advanced Fiction Writer’s Blog these next couple of days, chatting about the art of writing at an accelerated pace.
I happen to write fast. I don’t insist on it, not for myself or for anyone else. It just happens to be how I write. Sometimes people ask me how I can write a book so quickly. (I usually start and complete a novel in 6 to 10 weeks). I had to think about it the first time someone asked me. So I did think about it and I figured it out. I am sharing my method, if you want to call it that, on Randy’s blog.
The wise Mr. Ingermanson, also a speedy writer, is the Snowflake Man. His process for plotting a book, patterned after the ever-intriguing snowflake model, is one I can firmly get behind because it’s similar to my own technique of planning a book. I blueprint it, right down to the light fixtures. Not because I have to, but because it’s just what I do.
Hey, check out Randy’s snowflake page right here.
And then come by the blog and see how I do what I can’t help doing. . .