The only thing I can do about MIXED FORTUNES just now is WAIT. Leaves my mind in limbo and coming up with snippets of ideas for another project – but what?
I use the array of hexagons as tool for plotting, but what to plot?
Wandering about the internet in the last few days and came across a post* with links to Novel Factory and Kindle Writer.
Although I am a huge fan of Scrivener I decided to take a free peek at these.
The person posting the recommendation also uses Scrivener on a second screen when using Novel Factory. And I can see why. Switching between screens far more preferable than switching within a program’s internal links. Novel Factory is well up on my list of intended purchases. So far, this morning, I have created a file for three potential novels. Will let them sit on my mind’s back-burner then tease out onto the hexagonal array – who, what, where, when, why and how.
Kindle Writer also has much going for it, but more for playing around with ideas for book covers and general tinkering.
In trying to locate the link to share I am confronted with the humongous number of sites bookmarked within several folders. Sorting those out will keep me busy for a while! Filling in the waiting time – proof-reader’s report, whether one competition has been won – if not by me then everything set to go to enter another which will mean more waiting until February, by which time I should (hopefully) be putting flesh on the bones of another book.
Roll on October to find out what kind of country the High Court has us living in.
Roll on November to find out what kind of country Australians want to be living in.
- If I can find the post I will share in comments.