clarentine: (Pirtate!)
Conflict, it turns out, is easy to generate. All you have to do is find out what your protagonist wants, and what your antagonist wants, and make sure the two things are diametrically opposed.

Yeah. Easy as that.

Working!

Jun. 11th, 2006 10:20 am
clarentine: (Pirtate!)
Checking in via a borrowed dinosaur of a desktop. My words appear on screen three seconds after I type them, and the right cursor does not work unless you pound on it. Probably from being pounded on. But I'm online, at least momentarily.

Party preparations are underway. I'm in a lull between the baking of the cake and the frosting of it. Must go clean in a moment if I'm to have time later to watch World Cup matches.

Best news of the day thus far: I have words! Two whole scenes of them, with several others laid out and waiting for me to have time, or for Josh to hijack me again. (Josh would be Josiah Eaden, who doesn't know he's about to become a pirate.) I love fresh new words. They're so optomistic.

All that time I spent researching pirates is paying off. I have a plot! And it even fits with the actual historical accounts, so I am happy. Thank you, Marcus Rediker.

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