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Is it just me, or do other writers out there have a hard time coming up with a plot that won’t make the reader yawn? When I first get the idea for a book, I usually have a scene come … Continue reading
>Somewhere between my uncharacteristic early morning awakening and my return to bed this morning, I worked out a plot complication for my heroine that I think will work in my new WIP. Now I’ve got a dilemma. With the new … Continue reading
Ever wonder what you’d be writing if you didn’t know all the ‘rules’, or if your voice would have emerged faster? I do. Last night, I wasn’t in the mood to write. I didn’t feel creative in the least. (Small … Continue reading
Okay, so the last WIP I started didn’t get such great feedback from the CP’s. (No, I’m not trying to make ya’ll feel bad – I need honest, unbiased feedback.) I was only 3 chapters in, so put it on … Continue reading
In my post titled Foreplay or All The Way? and Foreplay Revisited, I talked about the plotting board. Steph’s comment kind of freed my completely ‘in the box’ way of thinking. Duh! So, I’ve decided to give it another shot. … Continue reading
Well, I don’t feel so bad now. Steph’s comment below about using the plotting board after she’s written the book makes so much sense to me. LOL! Okay, so some of you may think that’s a little back asswards. That’s … Continue reading