Last summer I started my current WIP, a (dark) YA High Fantasy retelling of Snow White. I currently have 25,000+ words written for it and I couldn't have gotten that much written if it wasn't for the support of everyone who participated in Ready. Set. Write! RSW is a summer writing intensive hosted by Jaime Morrow, Katy Upperman, Alison Miller, and Erin Funk. If you want to join in on the fun, click on any one of the links and sign up. Trust me, it's worth it! :)
So...I haven't worked on Unfair in months. Both my lack of writing and the
I don't want to keep rambling on so, in light of months of not working on it, here are my goals for Unfair for the week:
- Worldbuilding: I have already started to figure out the limitations of the magic in Unfair but there are still some things I have to figure out. This week, I want to try to answer all of the questions I have about the magic system in Unfair.
- Plotting: Since I was able to take a break from it, I want to use that to my advantage and look at the plot from a different perspective. This week will mostly be about filling in holes character and plot-wise and try to form some kind of 'outline' (I'm a pantser through and through so we'll see how this goes).
- Writing: I don't know if I will get any writing done this week since it's going to mostly be dedicated to working out details and things but if I do write, I'll set my goal at 500 words. Baby steps.
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