You'll have to forgive me for posting this a day early, but tomorrow is Saturday and I'm not usually home on the weekends... though I should remedy that and use the weekends to write. :)
On starting new projects.
|Because I like to share, a picture from my pinterest board that shows the feel/setting of my current wip.|
I also love when new ideas pop up because I’m convinced each time that it will be the LAST IDEA I EVER HAVE. Ever. I don’t know if people like this exist, but I’m not a person who has a file saved of a list of story ideas. Once again, I don’t work well with lists and organization. I wish I did. I feel like it would help keep me focused when my brain wanders in another direction. Though, I think it’s the wandering that actually helps my writing. I just get distracted easily because of it too. Darn internet.
Starting new projects is so fun to me. I like seeing where they end up. There’s all that potential a new idea and blank page have. I think that’s my favorite thing about starting a new wip. That and (I hope) seeing how my writing grows and stretches with each new project.
So, how do you go in when you start a new project? Excitement? Organization? Do you plot and outline or just sit down and write? Do you have a list of ideas waiting to become new projects or, like me, do they just hit you out of the blue one day? Does the internet inspire or distract you (or in my case, both)? What’s your favorite things about starting a new wip?