It is my hope that over the course of this series I’ll be able to fashion a series of outlines. I want at least four serviceable outlines for potential novels. Two of these I intend to use during NaNoWriMos (the one in July and the one in November). One for a super special project that will see me burst into a ball of flame. Er. Write a novel in three days (more likely a week, but three days is the initial goal.)
The fourth, though, is the most germane to this blog. With it, I’m going to go step by step through the process I’m going through with the other outlines (or in some cases already went through). Then, when I have myself an outline, my intent is to write the thing up as blog posts through March. I intend to do this as quickly as I can, hopefully finishing long before the end of the month. All to see if it’s really feasible for me personally to be able to write a book in three days. Or perhaps work up to where I can.
It should also show just how well the outlines will work for NaNoWriMo.
Now to make the whole matter a wee bit easier on me, I’m going to make the plot based very loosely on The Brave Little Tailor fairy tale. Let’s call it Tailor, Brave and True.
Tomorrow we’ll get things started.