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Day 10s simple task: the 10 scenes of your book

What’s this all about simple tasks? http://wp.me/p5y43M-3z

Grab your note cards and your characters issues, we’re going to make a plot! On the very first page you want your character to have something to deal with, even if it isn’t relevant to the plot. So let’s begin. You should primarily work with 10 scenes, so take the plot points your already have and lay them out. You can either list 10 surprises to the reader,  that includes backstory, 10 plot developments or setbacks your character will have, or a combination of the two. Think about the order they might be in, but don’t worry about it too much, we will work on that tomorrow:  http://wp.me/p5y43M-4y

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