Hi Guys, Just a quick update on something I've been working on. This is the Hope's Foley a ship I've been working on for a little while. She'll be getting her own story in November. But for those of you who want to see some writing a quick preview of the Hope's Foley story. Debris reigned down the abandoned world of Axterix IV, rubble from the last great ships of humanity ripping through the remnants of the space bridge before flashing into a final moment of incandescence. Now I'm off to enjoy the sunshine (by sitting indoors with a good book), next time I'll try to put out more Delivery. Rob.
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Hey guys, sorry it's been so long, life took over for a while and then I decided to rebuild my computer. Anyway that's enough of that. Today I'm going to be talking about planning, and how it is the one thing every author should do at some point. To be up front with you guys I've always been more of the dive in and see where a story takes me kind of writer, but at some point I sit down with all the desperate story elements I've been letting romp along the page and try and come up with some coherent way of getting from A to B. This usually happens when I reach the inevitable point when steam peters out on my first rush of ideas. But then I sit down and do character bios, timelines and various other ways of plotting out (in the case of Delivery a long list of ways Sam was going to nearly die!), and all manner of other thins to put off going back to the writing before I know what I'm doing new. (In much the same way I started this blog while I way for the sec