C.E.J. Pacian presents the world's first liquid-fuelled rocket-blog: trapped in a hyperbolic orbit to nowhere in particular.
Me too. This is why I do the whole chunk at a time, to see if a plot will fall out while I am writing too fast to notice.
Well, good luck. I've never figured it out, even though I have a book that spells out the fourteen or so plots that apparently are the only ones in existence. I'm a character person. :-D
oops...I mean y=mx+bBad scientist...no cookie for me.This is why I can never write a novel. I can't like the tiny bits I think of together into a plot...let alone furmulaic representations of one.
Don't be hasty. X=mb+c still works if you rename the x and y axes to b and X. The form was correct; the letters don't really matter.
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