So few words . . .

Really, think about it.  Only 500 words to put down what happens in a 65,000 or 85,000 word novel. Could I do it?  Gasp!  Didn’t think so, but I did.  This was our goal with the Mary Buckham on-line synopsis class, and I’m really happy with what I’ve pulled together for this novel. One piece of advice she gave us that really helped me – If you remove this word, or that word, or this whole phrase, will it change your story?  If not, leave it out!  And in spite of my doubts, it worked like a charm. It’s always nice when something turns out well.  I’m feeling blessed.

About beeconcise

A Southern writer living in the Pacific Northwest.
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