The Daily Cuppa
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The Daily Cuppa

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Here I am, writing my novel for the 230845723463 time, and I can’t figure out how to get from where I am to where I want to be. I need to plan.

I’ve been told all along, “You should at least have a general outline of where you’re going and where you want to end up.” Me being me, “Naw, I’ve got this, I can do it.”

BALONEY! It keeps hitting me over the head every time I change something, “If I’d had at the bare minimum a rough outline, I'd saved myself so much time and grief.”

Yeah yeah. So I’m stubborn and have to learn the hard way?

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