I’ve been writing this blog now for around 5 months, so tonight I thought it might be fun to look back at some of my earlier posts. In doing so, I saw that this blog really has been a journal of my writing experience and I’d like to thank everyone who is, and has been a part of that. And, after reading some of my 125+ posts, I decided it’d be fun to resurrect some of them as reblogs. So here’s the first of those, a post I wrote in mid-April about how to storyboard your novel. Enjoy and have a good night, everyone.
Alright! Finally got down to some storyboarding. As you can see, I still have a lot to fill in but – I started! And it feels good. Helped me to start to see the whole of the story in a way an outline never can. Here is a picture of the start.
Once I get it filled up – or mostly filled – I’ll look at the flow and then start organizing my work in Scrivener to match. Then it’ll be easier for me to keep writing in sequence.
Here’s another great explanation of how to storyboard a novel. If you haven’t tried it yet, I highly recommend you do. And it’s good for any type of writing really, not just fiction. I’m using words in my “cards” right now, but of course you can storyboard the “traditional” way too, using drawings.
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