Interesting POV on getting unstuck. This strategy will come in handy if I can’t figure out where to go with a story.
Writing A Synopsis
This post is very timely for me. Not long ago, I was summarizing the plot of one of my stories to my husband over a plate of lasagne and veggies. In between chewing and swallowing, I laid out the plot while my husband’s eyes and interest grew. Then later that night, I sat down in front of my computer to lay out the synopsis and drew a complete blank. And when I did type something, it sounded bland. A complete contrast from the hype earlier in the evening. So to give my work justice, the tips in this post will be very helpful.
Summarizing your story at dinner to entertain friends is easy.
You make it sound exciting. But when you sit down to write a synopsis, you get brain-freeze.
No worries. For a quick, exciting synopsis, answer these 9 Questions: Learn more.
Kelly and Nancy
Anne R. Allen’s Blog: 25 Must-Read Tips on Plotting from Top Authors and Editors
I love Anne R. Allen’s blog. She provides a wealth of information helpful to writers and bloggers. If you haven’t checked her out, stop what you’re doing and run right over. 🙂
This week’s tip comes from Anne R. Allen’s Blog: 25 Must-Read Tips on Plotting from Top Authors and Editors. These tips and quotes have been helpful for me while I write my first book. What may have made sense in my head about moving from one scene to another or situation to another, it may not translate to the reader.