Guy L. Pace

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Templates

Templates I mentioned last week that Scrivener has templates for characters and settings to help you keep track of details. When you set up your project you choose the kind of project it will be. In this image I selected Fiction, and i have the choice of Scrivener setting up a n0vel, a novel with Continue Reading

Winner

Winner! Today I passed the 50,000 word mark and am now an official NaNoWriMo 2016 winner! My word count for November 29 is 1,816. My daily average was 1,751. The total word count uploaded for the win today: 50,793. The first draft is not finished, though. There are a couple of chapters yet to write Continue Reading

Day Fifteen

Halfway This is Day Fifteen. The word count for today is 3,470. I’m averaging 2,019 words per day. My total as of today is: 30,299. This is half way through the month and half way to the end of NaNoWriMo 2016. If my goal was 50,000 words–which is the goal for NaNoWriMo–I would be three-fifths the Continue Reading

Day Eight

Day Eight I just finished writing on day eight of NaNoWriMo 2016. So far, I’m averaging a little over 2,000 words per day. Today’s count was 2,150 words. I’m kind of hitting it as a chapter each day. Tomorrow, I’ll start with a fresh chapter. That seems to work pretty well. So far, the total word Continue Reading

Who

Who One of the most important story elements in any writing is: Who. As mentioned in the previous post, The Lead, the first paragraph of a news story should at minimum describe who, what, where, and when. Unless, of course, there is a reason to add why and how in the lead. Who is always Continue Reading