A novel in 60 days?
Why not? If you know what your story is about, if you can isolate the “big beats” of that story and you can expand those major milestones into 60 action filled scenes, you can have a first draft in 60 days.
What makes that first draft a reality is having all the cohesive components for a compelling story visually available to move around on timelines, test in areas of the plot and see how the whole picture supports the transformative arc of an empathetic main character.
60 scenes…That’s it. 60 scenes and you have a novel.
Why 60 Scenes?
Every great novel and also every movie is comprised of approximately 60 scenes. A chapter can have one two or three scenes, but the scene is where the action is and action moves plot and plot turns pages.
Why 60 Days?
Because you can do it. One scene at a time, biting a chunk out of that huge task of writing a novel. One day at a time, one scene at a time.
Now it’s your turn to get that novel written. Or if you fancy taking a shot at a screenplay, 60 scenes in 60 days will work for you as well.
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Your first step in tackling the 60/60 Challenge.
You can do it. If not now, when?
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