Friday, 13 September 2013

Celebrate the small things

Thanks to Viklit for hosting our weekly celebrations post.

This week I have managed to draft some outlines for a new writing project. I am a fan of mind maps and now have a pretty looking sheet sat next to my laptop. Next step some character profiles, hopefully will get time to start these over the weekend.  Then, knowing the way I work, I'll probably just dive in with Chapter One!

Update from last week's post  - the table is finally in place and being used. I am very pleased with it!


Happy Weekend 

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  1. Ooh - I WANT that table! And the spooky masked man in top hat and opera-cloak who's reflected in the base - I want him too!

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    1. Haha, just gone back to look at that Helen. Very observant of you! Just checked the kitchen, he's not there now!

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  2. Excellent progress Suzanne! :D

    Shah

    http://bit.ly/18XOO8z

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  3. The table looks retro cool.
    Sounds like you're almost ready to go with the new project.

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  4. Good luck with chapter one. With the outlines and profiles as guidence you should be able to dive right in and explore the story.

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    1. Yeah, I'm not much of a planner so will get stuck in and see what happens!

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  5. You're good Suzanne with outlines and profiles. I never outline. My fingers to the talking immediately with an outline in my head then as I continue on I start profiles. Good Luck with starting chapter one. And love the table & chairs.

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    1. I'm not a big planner really. As the story is a sequel to something else I just wanted to make sure I had the continuity sorted and details close to hand when I need it!

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  6. Great progress on the outlines, good luck with the character profiles :)

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  7. Good job with the outlines, Suzanne! You'll be zooming along with your project now. Happy weekend and I'm glad your table is just perfect for you.

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    1. Maybe not zooming exactly but moving forward hopefully. Have a fun weekend :)

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  8. Ooh, I like your table!

    Good luck with your new book.

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  9. Love the whole set -- table and chairs. All the best with the book :)

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  10. The table looks lovely! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  11. Project sounds under way and nice table too

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  12. Yay for the table being in place, the whole set is cool!

    Glad you got to draft some outline, really good progress :D

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  13. The table looks amazing and I love the white chairs. Good luck with your writing project.

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  14. Love that table!
    Sounds like you are off to a great start with your writing project. Good luck with it!

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  15. Good luck with chapter one.

    I love the table. No sneaking veggies to the dog with that table.

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  16. I really like that table! Good luck with the writing!

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  17. Well done on the outlines. Just getting something down on paper/screen makes other ideas flow, in my experience. I love that table too. With cat, dog and kids glass is not a good idea in my house though :-(

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    1. I can imagine that with younger kids it may not be the best idea. Hopefully mine are past the stinky fingers stage! (I say hopefully!)

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  18. That's a nice looking table and chairs. Now just make sure you don't use any abrasive cleaners on them otherwise it will ruin the look. Anyway, who am I to tell you how to clean?
    All the best with your new writing project. I'm sure it will be a good one. Happy weekend mate.

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    1. Thank you. I find a quick spritz of window cleaner brings it up a treat! Hope your weekend is going well.

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  19. Nice looking table and chairs. Very compact. I could use something like that although I like the rectangular shape of ours for spreading out the newspaper.... Happy outlining/drafting!

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    1. I had an oval shaped one before so it is different. I have a much bigger rectangular table in a separate room so guess I am lucky. I use the bigger table for spreading out my writing stuff!

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  20. Great table and chairs! I'm sure you'll get back into your writing like you've never left! Writer’s Mark

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  21. The table looks great, Suzanne. It's a pretty space, full of muse.

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  22. Table looks LOVELY! And hurrah to mind mapping! Great to get going brainstorming a new project.

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  23. Hi Suzanne,

    Ah yes, mind maps. Anyway, glad you have some outlines for a new writing project.

    It's clear to see you like your table.

    Enjoy the week ahead.

    Gary

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  24. Hi Susanne. I like the table set! Very modern. A clean fresh look. Fits well with starting new book. Sharon

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