Interesting POV on getting unstuck. This strategy will come in handy if I can’t figure out where to go with a story.
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.
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.