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I used notecards to plot for the first time yesterday! It was really exciting. It helps me see the plot a lot clearer. I mean, I have no idea how it would work for a project that's not split up. Because, uh, yeah, new development! KILLING THE DEVIL? Is now called BURN THE DEVIL OUT, and it comes in three parts! Which is very very exciting. They're very shiny and color-coordinated and yes! I'm very excited about that. Now, to actually start writing... that's always the hardest part, isn't it?

Also! There's been some plotting for HER I MUST FOLLOW. And a couple of revelations that I have to write down so I don't forget them. All in all, exciting stuff! I've been kind of failing at writing four hours a day, but tomorrow that begins anew. Or, you know, today. I'm getting up at 8:30 (whoo hoo five hours!) in the hopes that that will inspire me to, you know, actually sit down and WRITE. So... I should sleep now.
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So. Today has been my first official day of freedom from school, which means I am implementing...
THE PLAN: SUMMER 2009.

THE GOAL: To be published by the time I graduate high school. Legit published, too, not like... in a kiddie magazine.

THE STEPS
1. Write between two to four hours a day.
2. Do an hour of world building or plotting every day.
3. Do between one to two hours of editing a day.