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Monday, 22 October 2012

NaNo plot

Okay, so, this is going to be the home of my attempt on the north face of NaNoWriMo this year.  I guess that means it's as good a place as any to be doing some plotting and planning.

At this stage I'm looking at writing a political thriller with a main character who has high-functioning Asperger's and will end up taking over a country.  Think the rise of Hitler, with a smattering of French Revolution, and a great deal of using albums I like to suggest how the plot will unfold.  I'm thinking to start with the ending, follow it with the story of the main character's early life - where he shall have an affir and gravate towards the big cities and the different style of life there.  Somehow I'm thinking he will fall in with a group plotting their own government take over and, by dint of being autistic and single-mided, he'll end up in charge.

Yeah, it's like the Rise of Evil but... I dunno.  I hope it's interesting and I hope I can write it.

That... or something involving time travel and multiple dimensions.  That will end up with a large section in a Middle Ages area with a dragon.  Singular, small part.  Knight in shining armour that is not all they seem will rescue a damsel.

Babbling.

4 comments:

  1. Sounds really cool! I am having problems trying to develop the politics in my NaNo novel. I am not used to writing politically. The autism factor in your novel sounds very interesting.

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    1. Thank you!

      The politics stuff is the hardest part of writing, how to make it interesting! I mean, I love political intrigue, but it's one of the reasons my writing hasn't got any soul to it!

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  2. How fun to read your thoughts. I'm doing my first ever NaNo next month. I'm equal parts excited and absolutely terrified. Looking forward to following you through November.

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    1. Okay, I responded but didn't realise you were already a published author! I have green-eyed monster envy for you now!

      And yes, writing a novel in a month is terrifying, but arguably the most fun you can have with creativity. I've yet to even finish a story, let alone a novel.

      Thank you for stopping by!

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