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I think I am the type of writer that has to write or at least think about something that deals with a story every day in order to keep the story inside my head from "dying."

The TABA story is alive and vibrant. I know where I am going with it and what I have to deal with in order to finish it. That is why I can add to it each day.

Circles, on the other hand, is a story where I am still fighting to discover the overall "arc of the story" and that is hard.

In Circles, I have struggled for the background setup and a sense of what is going on. I have ideas but none of the ideas have coalesced into a scene to let me really start with the story.

"TABA" has a feel for being a single story, I don't have the feeling of it being a continuing series yet.

"Circles" seems to have that feeling of being a series. If I can nail things down.

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I don't use chapters when writing either, nor do I notice them when reading. emoticon Except for a stopping place at bedtime.
Lately I've been contemplating writing more then one story at a time. Has anyone here tried it? And if so any advice?

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I have not really tried writing two stories at a time. What I am doing is writing one story and trying to settle the overall plot for the second story.

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I have dozens of unfinished stories lying around... but I do try to focus on one at a time. It's not always possible.

And if you remember Bloodstone, he just mentioned in my FB writing group that he's writing four novels at the same time, and just jumps around when he gets stuck in one...

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A puzzle I have not figured out yet.

The habitat rings are 250 meters in diameter.
The warp bubble cut a ring out of the habitat ring at a sixty-degree angle relative to the edge of the ring.
The depth of the cut (from the edge of the ring going inward) was 4 meters.

The habitat ring is divided into 720 sections.
What is the surface area of a section (that part which was cut off of the ring.).

I know the power needed to create all the force screens involved was 792 gigawatts but how big are the individual force screens?



Today, I figured out that the top of each section is about [sign in to see URL] meters wide.
The length of the force field is 24 meters
The remaining surface "roof" is [sign in to see URL] meters long

The part I was worrying over has an area of approximately [sign in to see URL] square meters.

Now for the bad part... I had a single section for the H1 rescue which works for planned movements but they were not planned so to be more realistic I need to find and change that so the rescue uses two sections.


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Lately I've been contemplating writing more then one story at a time. Has anyone here tried it? And if so any advice?


Diana Gabaldon writes more than one book/story at a time. She claims this prevents her from getting writer's block.

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Rick: I won't even pretend I can follow that. emoticon emoticon emoticon But it's good enough if you know what you want.

Jox: Vidication from Diana Gabaldon. That's awesome.

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Yeppers. It just proves that if you find what works for you, do it, it doesn't matter if it doesn't work for someone else. And if no one else has ever tried it, that doesn't mean you shouldn't try it to see if it's something that might work for you. And if you find it doesn't work like you thought it would, you just revert back to what did work for you in the past.






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Man-O-Man what a rush! At the end of my 2nd rescue scene, the hero of the moment was a simple office clerk! How do I know he was the right choice? He had some darts on him and I thought it would be good if they were made of some kind of tungsten alloy (no reason, it just felt right).

So when coming home after services today I panicked! I had done zero research on either darts or how tungsten would be affected when going through an energy field that still had 20 kilowatts of field strength.

After doing the research it turns out that there really are tungsten alloy darts and they are the ONLY ones made today for professional dart players that could have succeeded in doing what I described!!!!

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Oh, wow! Love when it works out like that.






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That is awesome. And that's exaxtly how writers' minds work. We pull odd stuff we heard someone and turn it into amazing things for our stories.

For example, I never quite knew why I wrote a certain scene where Dorelle and Mashira get separated for several day and suffer dire consequences (basically because Mashira was too eager to show off). It just sounded like a nice, additional adventure to have while Ferren set his nasty plans in motion. I can't have my heroes just sitting around, after all.

But that bit of dragon lore - that dragons cannot be separated from their riders either for a long time or a far distance - came in very handy to keep Prince Orlen in the Cloud Lands after the big showdown. (More details would be spoilers.)

I had no idea that would be necessary when I established that fact earlier in the tale. I love it when these things work out, and I really believe it's some subconscious plotting that happens behind our backs.

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My first novel, which I stopped working on ages ago and am trying to figure out how to save it, had a scene with the main character in her back yard. She caught a movement out of the corner of her eye at the edge of the woods, and I had no clue that it would lead to anything. The next scene I wrote was of twins playing in the woods behind their house, and it turns out they made the movement as they noticed their neighbor in her back yard and hid in the tall grass. I didn't plan it, but it fit together like I had.







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Exactly this. emoticon

And no, we don't plan these things consciously, but some part of our brain does. I think it's an ability writers just have.

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I must admit, this story of mine has its ups and downs. There are times I start thinking about what happens after the first draft is done and that scares the wild woolies out of me for some reason. Then I see where others write 2-3k in a single day and honestly can not ever imagine myself doing that. Then I look at how far I have managed to get averaging 290 words a day and I am totally stoked. For me, it is more a matter of writing something every day, no matter how small that something is (one day it was only 9 words) to keep my mind focused on the telling of the story.

Take an idea, start fleshing it out just a little, then looking at it and asking myself "Does that seem right?" leads to all sorts of interesting things. emoticon

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PR: Write just for you. As of right now, this isn't for publication, or for sharing with readers ... it's all just for you. Take it one day at a time, one focus at a time. Don't think about what comes after the first draft is done, only focus on the first draft.

If this suggestion works to keep the 'wild woolies' at bay, then use it for as long as it works.

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Exactly this. emoticon

And no, we don't plan these things consciously, but some part of our brain does. I think it's an ability writers just have.


Yeah. I do think that writer brains work differently than non-writer brains. I'm usually amazed when I figure out a movie/tv show/etc. and others are shocked that I was able to. Like, the signs smack me in the face, so why don't the others see them too? And I finally realized my brain works differently. And this helps reinforce my belief that I _am_ a writer.








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Rick: My coach (who used to be a musician) once told a friend of hers to start writing and recording songs before worrying what dress to wear to the awards.

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Step 1: Write the story. Make it exactly what you love to read. emoticon

Step 2: Ask a few friends who like the genre to read it and talk about it. Edit where needed, but stay true to your vision

Step 3: Think about publishing your story. And know that you'll find lots of support both here and in my writing group on FB, as well as experience from people who have done this before.

I'm just about to self-publish a German novel that's been sitting on my hard drive for about ten years. And it gives me the willies! But I will do it, and soon. So once you're there, you'll do it. But now is not the time to worry about Step 3 before even finishing Step 1.

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Someone at a company I have a contract with told me that they found music scores to be inspirational for their writing so I figured why not? I tried several compilations today and the results were counterproductive for me. Instead of being inspired and motivated I found myself looking around and looking for something other than writing to do! So I am not saying it doesn't work for others, just that music definitely does not work for me....

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I think it depends on the music, and if it has some kind of connection to the story/characters/etc. I've never created a soundtrack/score for my works, but I wrote several poems while blaring Michael Jackson's Thriller album so that I heard no other noises in the room. It might not have been the music/songs/lyrics/etc. that was so productive, so much as perhaps the blaring was blocking all other senses from distracting me. emoticon

I also write to the 'Twilight' movies. I have three movies on one tape, and three on another. (The third movie repeats twice.) I put in the first tape, and write until the end of the third movie, then put in the second tape that repeats the third movie, and write until the end of the fifth movie. That's twelve hours of focused writing.

The reason I can focus with those movies playing in the background is because I've seen them a zillion times, and I've read the books over six times each. I know the story/movies so well that they don't distract me from my writing when I look up to take a brief break. Again, this may not work every time. It may depend on the type of project I'm working on.

I haven't tried these suggestions yet, but I have bought CDs for trying in the future. The CDs are nature sounds. Sounds from the woods/forests, bubbling brooks/waterfalls, oceans, rain forest, etc. Some claim nature sounds work great when played in the background during writing sessions. I also think this will depend on the projects being worked on.

So, if music scores didn't work for you on this project, try these other suggestions and see if one of them works for you. Or use the suggestions to inspire you to come up with a trick of your very own. (And please do share if you find something new that works.)






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If music works, great! But spending a lot of time to create a sound track or just finding the right kind of music is a bad idea for several reasons, I believe.

1) It's perfect procrastination. You're not writing while telling yourself this is writing prep. No, it's not.

2) It makes you dependent on rituals, or certain things. Personally, I believe it's more important to write whereever you are, under any circumstances. Building an ever more elaborate ritual is a very self-defeating process.

3) It teaches you to be a "sensitive" writer with a fickle muse, who cannot write until everything is perfect. This might be a cute marketing ploy, but it really is very unproductive.

So yeah, sometimes, music is good. And do whatever helps. But don't get caught up in it. We're writers. emoticon

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This morning's session has the rescue scenes completed. I looked at my ,offset=0#post237123]Events Outline and checklist to see how close I had come to following the first part of the overall story outline and realized that what I wrote down is extremely close to what I imagined back in November. Some scenes changed from my initial ideas and one scene has just been added but for the most part, I have to say I am happy.
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If music works, great! But spending a lot of time to create a sound track or just finding the right kind of music is a bad idea for several reasons, I believe.

1) It's perfect procrastination. You're not writing while telling yourself this is writing prep. No, it's not.

2) It makes you dependent on rituals, or certain things. Personally, I believe it's more important to write whereever you are, under any circumstances. Building an ever more elaborate ritual is a very self-defeating process.

3) It teaches you to be a "sensitive" writer with a fickle muse, who cannot write until everything is perfect. This might be a cute marketing ploy, but it really is very unproductive.

So yeah, sometimes, music is good. And do whatever helps. But don't get caught up in it. We're writers. emoticon


Yeah. I never could do the soundtrack suggestion. Although, when some songs play while reading a book, they seem to fit in with the feel of the story and when the song plays years later it takes me back into the story. But, working to find songs to write to is time consuming.

Finding ways to keep out distractions works best for me though.






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Rick: That's wonderful! Glad you found that out - our writing brains are amazing. emoticon emoticon emoticon

Jox: Right. Keeping distractions down is very helpful. emoticon

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Writing a hardcore Sci-Fi story is hard! It is also fun but it does leave me with a sense of concern on just how far I push the envelope and what happens when another story reaches the point in my mind that I have to start writing it. My concern being that if I start working on my second story then work on my current project will stop. Yet if I do not do something with the second story then I worry that the ideas behind it will vanish from my mind. emoticon

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Thanks guys, I now have two stories on the go. My long story and a story about hidden scars.
I listen to music while writing but it either has to be instrumental or in a language I don't understand or my mind starts inventing stories to go with the words. I don't create a playlist either, just one song on repeat and after a few minutes I don't even hear it. emoticon

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Rick: I hope you can find a good balance. Definitely keep notes for your second story, so you can get back to it easily.

Trying: Very cool! I have done something similar, but mostly, silence works best for me.

The emotions around really, literally "creating" a book are quite interesting. I mean setting up a title page, the copyright notices, any other little notes, the backmatter, the description... all of what goes into a book that we don't think about when we just write it.

It feesl huge and scary, and a bit like it's too big for me. After all, I'm just a little author scribbling stories... and yet, at the same time, it feels like stepping into a much bigger future as indie publisher.

I'm very close to uploading the first book I ever made on my own. Hopefully this week. (And it means creating even more graphics for it, a FB and Twitter header, FB and Twitter ads, a blog post... I really don't have much of a marketing plan.)

The best part: This book has practically cost me nothing. Well, maybe the cost of Jutoh, but I can't really stick it all to this book. And even if I do, it's much, much cheaper than anything I've done with my books before.

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What do you do when someone you know is having a major anxiety attack? What do you do when the "prop character" refuses to be a "prop?" How do you handle it when one of your main characters is not as strong as you thought they were going to be?

Where do these things come from? I sure didn't plan for it! emoticon

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Well, I have an answer for the panic attack, since I know EFT. I know some descalating techniques (which do NOT involve deep breathing, btw.). What works if you don't know tapping is to direct the person to focus on something external, a tree, a picture etc (to get away from the disturbing bodily reactions), and also to feel the ground underneath them.

When the prop character refuses to be a prop, you give him or her more stuff to do. At the worst, kill them off, or give them their own story.

When your MC isn't as strong as you thought he would be, that's an awesome chance to let him or her (and your readers) grow some more. Give them a bit of help. Let them learn to be a team player. Allow someone else to offer a solution.

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I don't know about feeling the ground at the moment. The character is in a launch bay with next to zero gravity. That is an idea for later though and gives me an idea on how to bring two other characters back into focus later on. That's a good thing! Thank you for giving me that idea Firle. emoticon

I had to edit my "thread list" today when I realized the "In Flight" activities were not going to be finished before my February post begins. I did change my FTL time concept today. The change doesn't affect this or future stories but does grant me some additional, and, as it turns out, more realistic, time for character activities.

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Glad it's giving you ideas!

And it sounds like you're doing really well with your story. Very happy for you!

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Re: Contemplations


February, My first month where I begin in the middle of a scene. I knew it was going to happen the moment one of my main characters started looking around instead of rushing to his wife. It makes things more difficult and more interesting at the same time.

RDS and Church activities loom over me and so the writing activity on my story are problematic... I know I'll do something but I don't know what just yet... It is an adventure!

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