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so this is just a conglomeration of *polished* notes I've made over the course of writing PS: mostly I wrote these down to get my thoughts together and to help me remember things, and they also serve as a sort of sparknotes for my book, too, when people inquire upon various symbols, motifs, ect. So I figured I'd post them! They're probably rife with typos, considering I wrote a lot of the notes at like 4 in the morning when inspiration often strikes. I hope they're helpful and enrich the reading experience! And let me know if there's anything I should add, as well.
:'T..................... you make me want to try. thankyou
Is it all right if I borrow your notes style for my own work? I'm participating in July's Camp Nanowrimo and I plan on being a little more organized than ussual. XD
Thank you so much! I think this may help a lot with structuring what I'm trying to do. There are a couple of things here I hadn't thought of considering (the psychology of the characters for one) but now I'm seeing all sorts of possibilities. Which is really cool since I took a Psychology course in High School. (Which only ended 2 months ago. XD)
I'm pretty sure it will become a New York Times Best Seller i love your work
well damn I took a look at these and spoiled myself, i'm such an idiot.
Your notes are so much more organized than mine. :-P
This is fantastic. I love the way you've articulated and strung all your thoughts together (also, these parallels are wonderfully done); it's great fun to see how others construct the bones of their stories in these intriguing little ways! You may have inspired me do something similar to this for my own novel. It looks like a great tool for getting a story's "big picture" in line.
do you know when you're being published?
...Now I feel like any symbolism notes I write for my own novel are only going to suffer in comparison But seriously, I love the perspective motif and all of the psychology notes. It's great to see how much this story and its characters has developed - from a cute story about a boy and a girl to something much deeper. Good work!
SO buying this when you publish it i will make my students read it haha
I don't know what to say this is too awesome!
this is really impressive! time to save this for when your book is required school reading..aha. that was a failed compliment-joke and i am sorry you had to read that