Tag Archives: plotting

Pondering

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

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Minor light bulb moment

>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

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Ah, to be ignorant again

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

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Multi-tasking and head-banging

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

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