In a spreadsheet, of course... *blush* no?
Catherine,A spreadsheet would be GREAT for me. I just never thought about putting notes there!
Well, for the next book, I'm making a story board. Will I follow it to a tee? One never knows but its a start.You A to Z posts are great, Dawn.
Shelly,I'd like to see a photo of your storyboard!
I made a story board for my memoir, but my novel is coming to me in a very different way so I'm just keeping it on the computer in one document and will organize later.Karen
I have most of my ideas on computer too, but then I have scraps of paper and notebooks of ideas. Ugh!
Do you organize them? Are they all in an index box?
Type and store on my computer - my portable hard drive. Then I can travel with it and write anywhere.
Mare,Yep, all in one place. That is the best.
Notes... they are usually scribbled in a notebook that I keep in my work apron. That's the best time to come up with new plot ideas. :)
Krista,Always handy...great idea!
Organise? OK, so that's where I'm going wrong. I have bits of paper all over the house.A to Z of Nostalgia
Rosalind,LOL. Yeah, me too.
Cute cartoons for your challenge posts!When I have an idea for a new project, I start a new Word doc and type out what I know. It might be an opening sentence, a general plot, a character, sometimes it’s just a title. And then I keep all those in my “idea” folder, and I go back and add thoughts about it as they come to me. It seems to work for me.Wishing you continued success with the A to Z challenge,Jocelyn
Jocelyn,I did the same thing for my book. I kept it all in one Word Document.
I appreciate your comments! I try to respond to each one.