Still struggling with philosophical conflicts

Hey, so for me I don’t tend to pick a theme first. I come up with an idea for a plot and then it grows over time and as I move through my storyline, I begin to think about the theme. I’ll give you an example. So my current WIP is about a 16-18 year old who goes...

Scene Length

I was hugely grateful that Brad answered that question in the meeting. I am all over the place in scene lengths because I had no boundaries or rules when I wrote them. He also commented that the best writers have a purpose to each sentence. That was a pretty...

Antagonist Question

Colleen, Sharing an idea. Just imagine the mega antagonist walks in on a situation occurring very early in your story. It becomes fun if they have a different view of what is going on there, and they were not supposed to be...

Antagonist/Mega Antagonist

Edie, I think that I keep pushing up the introduction of these two exactly because the stir up trouble. Or they can pretend to have good intentions, but view it as fun to have them join in earlier. (Not a requirement but have...

Lack of Motivation/Writer’s block…

It is the thinking time that opens up the writing and builds excitement. Take some time to think during a walk, a drive, some task you do so that before you sit you have a scene laid out in your mind.

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