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Luxury.The ungodly heat was made worse by the fact the car's AC hadn't worked in months. Oz had whined the whole trip about everything. Geoff knew it was just a front. He knew Oz was worried about being caught. Arizona wasn't a good state to be arrested in; Oz looking Mexican would only worsen the situation. After a brief moment of silence Oz started ranting again. This time it was about the pink jumpsuits they'd be forced to wear in jail. Geoff heard it all before and decided to remember why they were doing this in the first place.Geoff was tired of serving the rich. He and Oz worked at one of the fanciest restaurants in town. As a server, he was able to flirt and make slightly higher tips. But at the end of the day, it didn't earn him enough to live like he wanted. Earning barely enough money to get by never suited Geoff; He had always dreamt of living on easy street. Geoff was smart enough to pull it off. With a little hard work, he could probably earn a six figure income within a decade
NaNoWriMo Resources Write or DieThere are tons of activities for National Novel Writing Month but the most important is that pesky writing thing. To help with that you can use an online application like Write or Die to do some solo speed writing. You set the time and/or word count you'd like to reach and then select your consequence settings. During the time you must continually type or you will receive a negative consequence.Write or Die really does put the prod in productivity with multiple consequence settings and a timer. SpreadsheetTrack your progress! This will help you see how far you've come and how much you still need to accomplish. It's a great way to procrastinate too! There are loads of fancy and simple ones on the internet if you run a quick Google search.I found this one on deviantART: NaNoWriMo 20
Unstick your Plot - A guideThe Random Encounter The Guide to Moving Your Story ForwardThe classical random (there's always a classic.): This is the sort you see in just about any old RPG, or RPG comic, and probably most current ones as well that person or thing you randomly meet so you can be sent off in a random direction and never have to meet them again.Yeah, it works well enough for games I suppose but I don't recommend it in a story
get around it wherever possible. One thing I saw in the Wheel of Time books (by Robert Jordan) was having the rumors and such be heard OFFSCREEN, and delivered to the characters by someone they know. You still get your information, but without the useless extra faces.The only real reason to put in someone random is for some bit of symbolism, as a general rule, so unless you wanna get real deep or are prepared for your readers wondering if the old farmer is actually a reference to an ancient Norse God you might wanna avoid the classics.