As for the book itself, I’m still not sure about my title, “Plasticity.” I like it and it fits the subject matter, but it probably sells nothing. Perhaps that’s something to worry about three years from now when I’m still whipping the story into shape. Or…maybe it could be the title of the series. Hah. I know what that is. It’s my Delusions of Grandeur, which rise to the surface when I’ve just completed a first draft…of anything! Here’s my pitch: A young scientist reluctantly
I’ll let you know when that day comes. I worked on the Pitch again. It’s getting closer. Still not ready to post it on the Nanowrimo site, but I’m happier with it. It’s a good exercise. I feel that I’m narrowing in on the crux of the plot. Try it if you haven’t already. I posted the Scrivener logo on this post because that’s what I’m using to write my novel this time. I had the software on my old Apple laptop and I used it anytime I wrote on the Apple which wasn’t that often.
In case there is anyone out there who doesn’t know, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. It’s an idea, a concept, a month-long event, a website that has grown from 20 something people in the Bay Area of San Francisco in 1999 to hundreds of thousands of avid subscribers around the world. The idea is to write 50,000 words of a brand new novel (no starting ahead of time or working on a work-in-progress) in the month of November. That’s 1667 words a day and the rewa