My brother is moving in with his wife and selling his home and most of his possessions (he has a ton of crap!) in a week-long yard sale this coming week. I've offered to help him and will be staying down there from Tuesday til probably Sat or Sun. It's a couple of hours away. The fun part is.....he has no internet. Ugh! I never sleep more than a few hours, plus will be having down time between everything. My plan during this time is to get the rest of my WIP at least typed up instead of this series of vague scenes floating around in my brain. I really have trouble writing outlines, though. The beginning is usually pretty good, but as I become more and more involved in the story, I become more and more engrossed in making it perfect. Then I'm at a point where I can't move on until I've decided between did he move closer to him or did he walk closer, etc. How do you discipline yourself to keep this outline short and then go back and fluff it up later? I'm really struggling with this right now. No matter how good my intentions are, I get too involved in the story and want what's on the screen in front of me to say everything exactly how it needs to be said. I would love to at least have the whole book laid out by the end of this oh-so-fun week, then once I'm back home, start from Chapter One and word it up. Any suggestions will be much appreciated! Thanks!!