GETTING STARTED WITH your first draft is – of course – the goal of all the work we’ve done before. By carefully considering our central idea and premise, then creating a strong structure for the narrative, we can easily divide the story into individual scenes – allowing us to “choose what to write next”.
We already know it all fits together – so you can pick whichever scene excites you most on a particular day and know exactly how it leads in to the rest of your story.
Once you get started, you’ll find the words flow much easier – helping you hit those word goals and get that first draft written in record time.
Of course – sometimes life gets in the way. And I’ll deal with that in the next video…