“No Plot? No Problem!”

I really, really want this book. But I think I need to make a universal wish list or something so that when someone asks me what I want for my birthday I don’t reply “umm, I dunno, I like chocolate.” I mean, chocolate is wonderful, but this would trump it. And I periodically run across things that would more than trump it. Yet I find it way easier to make a baby registry. What can I say, kid stuff is much more necessary, so you don’t have to hem and haw over whether you really like it all that much. The decision is simple. I need this!

This book? Maybe I do and maybe I don’t. I did already write a novel in 30 days, so I guess I can do it. But I have a feeling the “low stress” that Chris Baty is referring to would be a welcome improvement. I think I stressed out on my man way more than was fair. He is endlessly forgiving, though, bless him!

Anyhoo. I would recommend this book even though I have not read it. No doubt I will very soon add it to my collection and then I will give a full review on all of its awesomeness!

No Plot? No Problem!: A Low-Stress, High-Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 Days by Chris Baty – Powell’s Books


2 thoughts on ““No Plot? No Problem!”

  1. Ok, well, it’s in the mail [or should be soon]. On it’s way to you.
    Happy early birthday present. haha.

    I know what you mean, my answer tends to be, “Ummm, I don’t know. Horse stuff.”
    I’ve started putting together wish lists on different sites. They’re fun too!

  2. Heyyyy, what?! You bought it for me?! You’re not supposed to take this post THAT way! ;)

    But oh my word, thank you! You’re sweet!

    Now you must reveal the location of your wish lists. No more shall I be at a loss as to what to get you… muahaha!

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