I don’t want to bore you too much with these novel updates, but I will anyway!
I love the app called Circus Ponies Notebook. I LOVE it. It makes me feel organized and complete.
Today I listened to my first instructional audiobook on writing. It’s call Rock Your Plot and it’s only 1 hour and 42 minutes long.
I sat listening to it while taking notes on Circus Ponies Notebook – I had both hands free, so why not?
I find it hilarious that I want to write a book, and yet would much rather listen to them than read them.
Each night before I go to sleep, I play an audiobook and within 7 minutes I’m out like trout. Even when my mind is turned on full throttle. As long as I focus and listen to the story, I fall peacefully to sleep. This is great advice for anyone suffering from insomnia.
I completed my story outline today. Full with plot twists, a few comedic scenes, the hitting rock bottom moment, and a resolution with another delightful twist.
It flowed without me having to think. I wasn’t caught up on anything. I’m not sure if that’s a good thing.
My brain hurts. I had to turn down the brightness of my screen.
- Plot Twists (jlynnward.wordpress.com)
- Calling an audible: An indie author’s audiobook adventure (headfirstintothedeepend.typepad.com)
- Audiobooks – reading with the ears (andrewknighton.wordpress.com)
- My Foray into the Land of Audiobooks (maasmith.com)
- How To Guerrilla Market Your Audiobook (acx.com)
- Happiness is….,. (raisinaruckus.typepad.com)
- Made With Love …. (loveforgrace.org)
- Writing Outlines (mekalous.wordpress.com)
- Simplify Your Plot With Four Simple Questions (crawfordwritingblog.com)
- Regular Poem: All the Bad Poems I Shouldn’t Write (thebestofalexandra.wordpress.com)