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[Plotting About] January 2014 / Week 3 / Weaver / Chapter 4

The first update for 2014 and Tobias Buckell is 15 posts ahead with his daily updates.
So, for my 2014 resolution: Weekly posts. Month / Week / WIP Name / Chapter Number.
Back during NaNoWrimo I figured out the problem with my work in progress: One of my protagonists, Melinda, got off too easy in the first chapter after meeting my second protagonist, Spence.
And, instead of bouncing off each other and getting themselves into more trouble with the unnamed antagonist, there were dozen chapters until they met up again.
Oh, by the way, I was at 111k by the time I figured this out with no end in sight.
So, I did the smart thing and plotted out the novel from scratch using what I already had and making sure Melinda got into more trouble by the end of chapter one.
I dumped several chapters of empire building and we come to the current metric or three quarters of the way through chapter four:
The Where Weavers Daire K BAR count is:

Thankfully not a page one re-write more like rejiggering Act One and Scrivener drag and drop folders for moving chapters has been a god send.
The weekly write ins at local coffee shops with Myself, Bennett North and a few others has been helping.
Elephant Room in Pawtuxet Village being one of my favorites due to soft music, good tea and ample room to settle in.
And judging from this Projo Article looks like more business are going to be moving in including a Fellini’s Pizza.
In non-writing news, VCVC Cupcakes asked me to look at their website and re-design it. Like the Air Ventures RI website before it, I’m happy with the way it came out.
If any local business are interested in giving their websites a fresh coat of paint check out my studio site at RKB Studios for more information.
Lastly in Convention News: Emerald City 2014 is two months away. Three day tickets have been sold out on the website so check the local shops for tickets.

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