EXPLAINING THE OUTLINE…

The other day, I had been pondering about my future as a writer; At that same time, I had begun pre-planning for my next literary work, only this time, it is not just going to be an eBook-It is also going to be a PRINT BOOK! As in, a real book with pages to turn instead of just swiping!

This planned project shall be a book that consists of three 3-chapter stories, and I am also planning on calling my project Trio of Tales. (I am thinking that, for now, it is a working title.)

In preparation for my short story project, I have created an outline for those three stories, and it appears that I have planned them out very well…

THE COUNTRY BUMPKIN AND THE LADY: This is about, what else, a country bumpkin who falls in love with a beautiful woman, unaware that her own parents have chosen a man from another family for her to marry!

VERY COLD: About a man and a woman who are about to get married; But unfortunately, the groom has gotten cold feet!

PHILADELPHIA BEACH: The idea for the final story in this project came from a little daydream that I have had many years ago about what would happen if an oldies station puts on something as wacky as a beach party in the city; Meanwhile, this tale is also a fictionalized account on how people use their creative skills to help those who are less fortunate than others.

Well, yes, these are rather brief outlines of the trio of tales that I am planning on writing; I shall hopefully explain the outlines in full detail in another post in the not-too-distant future. But I think that all of you folks are getting that certain idea: Pre-planning something, especially a book project, can make all the difference between succeeding and failing; I hope that I would succeed with this project…

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