All of these problems arise in her quest to forge forward rather do as she's always done when writing her other stories by continually slowing herself down, going back and refining. She knows she has something in her story and is excited to read it and refine when she's accomplished her goal of writing it all the way through to the end first.
She feels differently writing this story than when she wrote the others. The leap of faith feels further and positioned directly over a canyon of sharp rocks and shallow water. Granted her word count increases everyday she does write. Her story is full of conflict and excitement from following the prompts and from completing exercises in The Plot Whisperer Workbook: Step-by-Step Exercises to Help You Create Compelling Stories.
She's nearly to the halfway mark... if she can hold on and keep writing forward just a little bit longer.
Knowing what to write where in a story with a plot allows for a more loving relationship with your writing. Whether writing a first draft or revising, if you falter wondering what comes next in a story with a plot, follow the prompts inThe Plot Whisperer Book of Writing Prompts: Easy Exercises to Get You Writing
Today, I write.
To familiarize yourself with the basic plot terms used here and in the PW Book of Prompts:
1) Watch the plot playlists on the Plot Whisperer Youtube channel.
2) Read The Plot Whisperer: Secrets of Story Structure Any Writer Can Master
3) Fill out the exercises in The Plot Whisperer Workbook: Step-by-Step Exercises to Help You Create Compelling Stories
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