Tag: first draft

FairBanks Island – Day 4

I told myself that I would never re use anything I had already written, but what happens when nothing you come up with is as good as the thing that already exists? I do really want to approach the story with a fresh mind,… Continue Reading “FairBanks Island – Day 4”

Fairbanks Island – Day 3

I have to admit something, this is not the first draft I’m working on, but it might as well be because I’m approaching it with a fresh mind. The first stages of writing is always messy, in my case. I jump from ideas to… Continue Reading “Fairbanks Island – Day 3”

Fairbanks Island – Day 2

Damn, I cannot help to edit… Whenever I start a new day of writing, I re-read the last chapter so that I get back into the flow, but when I do, I often find new things I want to add so that is what… Continue Reading “Fairbanks Island – Day 2”

Fairbanks Island – Day 1

I told myself I would post my writing progress every time I write in the hopes to destroy the perfectionist in me and break the taboo of the first draft. This is the unedited version of FairBanks Island (Title Work-in-Progress)

When is a Story Finished?

When writing a story there are several stages before you can call it a finished product. The first stage is often brainstorming about the concept and then coming up with the general idea what the story will be about and what it leads up… Continue Reading “When is a Story Finished?”

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