How I plot: This has been changing the more I write. I do more preplanning than I used to. I do an outline chapter by chapter. I'll sketch out chapter 2, then write it. When I'm happy with 2, I outline 3 and then write it. I do more character development before I start, too--figuring out how all the characters interconnect, what their story is before the novel opens. Usually a vision comes to me as a character, a world or a situation, then I work out how to "sci-fi" it up, and think of ways to make it uniquely M. Pax. I must know how I plan to end the story before I can start.
Quantum Physics. CERN, the Hadron Collider is working on four experiments. LEARN MORE
2. Alice Detector Experiment--study the physics of strongly interacting matter at extreme energy densities, where the formation of a new phase of matter, the quark-gluon plasma, is expected.
3. The Atlas Experiment--will learn about the basic forces that have shaped our Universe since the beginning of time and that will determine its fate.
4. CMS Detector Experiment--To record the Universe’s tiniest constituents we need the world’s largest network of scientific instruments.
The Backworlds Blog Tour May 7th, 2012
If you'd like to help me get the word out of my next release, The Backworlds, I'd be most appreciative. Sign up below for the launch party, and I'll see to it you're emailed what you need to post up.Will give you a break when AtoZ ends. Post up any time the week of May 7th. And you don't have to visit anybody. The Linky link is so I can be organized.
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