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I had a really fun and exciting idea recently. I decided that I would write a series of blog posts about using the Marshall Plan for Novel Writing software to develop an intriguing new novel idea that’s been simmering at the back of my consciousness for a while now.
I’ve always loved writing. I wrote a novel through the second draft a number of years ago, but over time I could tell that the basic premise didn’t feel right to me so I put it away in my file drawer until I could figure out what it needed. I loved the characters and much of the story, but there was definitely something else that needed to happen to make it really work.
Meanwhile, my life went on in the usual way.
Then A New Idea Hit Me
One afternoon a few weeks ago, as I was washing dishes and daydreaming, I suddenly had an idea for a very interesting spiritual adventure novel come to mind. I get these fun ideas periodically, and usually I just jot them down on a piece of paper, set them aside in a pile, and go on with my life. However, this one sort of lingered at the back of my mind and began to work its way into my imagination.
I had been wanting to try out the Marshall Plan software for this blog and this seemed like the perfect idea to use for my test-drive of the software. So, that’s what I’m planning to do over the next few weeks.
If you’re interested in finding out how it goes, please subscribe to my blog (click the little orange box at the bottom of the blog) so you’ll know when I post each update. This should be a lot of fun… I hope you’ll join me!
P.S. If you’re not familiar with the Marshall Plan for Novel Writing, please check out my next post where I’ll give an overview of how it works. I’d love to hear your ideas and comments as I go along, too. See you soon!
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