MayNoWriMo Day 1

Here it is almost 6:30 PM CST and I’ve barely started MayNoWriMo. 

I’m sitting here with my first cup of coffee of the day (gasp!) and pulling together my notes for tomorrow’s Coyote Con special session with Heather Massey on Science Fiction Romance (Sunday, 2 PM EST).  I’ll also be gathering questions during the chat to send to S.L. Viehl, aka Paperback Writer, the author of the incredible StarDoc series.  She’ll be posting answers on her blog throughout the month.

I do have Liquid Story Binder open.  I decided I would give it another try with this project.  There are a lot of things I really love about it, but I never seem to have time to sit down and explore it.  I’ll keep working on some character dossiers tonight and try to get a little done, although it’s locked up on me twice tonight already.  :-(

We took the monsters to see How to Train Your Dragon today and we all loved it.  There were a few plot points that I couldn’t look at too hard without cringing (like how it took Hiccup days and days to learn how to ride Toothless but all his buddies could ride like pros as soon as they had to go after his father) but all in all, a wonderful movie that had me on the edge of my writer’s seat loving every minute.

4 thoughts on “MayNoWriMo Day 1

  1. LSB? What do you think of it?

    I’ve really been just trying to find a writing software that lets me have tabs in it, and LSB looks good, but when I open it I’m overwhelmed?

  2. Cindy, I really do like it, but you’re right. It’s overwhelming at times. I don’t know whether to organize stuff in planners or binders, both or neither! But I’ll try to figure it out at least a little and see if I want to buy it by the end of the month.

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  4. I want to see that movie! It looks fun!

    I have LSB and I do like it. What I’ve learned to do is just use what suits my writing style and ignore the rest but it’s nice to know there are other options in the program if I need or want them. The learning curve is rather steep but worth it. IMHO, that is. :grin:

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