Status: Moving forward
Plotting seems to be about the individual. Are we a panster or a plotter? To me, it is no longer relevant. The plot is in the head somewhere. Sometimes we write it down, erase it, rewrite it, find out the plot is lame and rewrite again. When I am really out of inspiration, I revert to plotting. When the story is front and center in my head, I write and write and write some more.
With the "R" looming (5 1/2 days) I have found myself beginning to write on the anthology. And yes, with little to do in the computer lab with 26 high school students working on creating a business, boredom set in. I mapped out the 6 chapters of the anthology and gave character to my hero and heroine.
I have yet to develop a relevant conflict--little things. No motivation either--oh well. It will come, just need some brainstorming time with my critique partners.
I wish everyone good luck with their plotting and cheer you all on. Let's all write a great book, a keeper if you will.