I’m not used to writing out of order. I’ve always written my stories from beginning-to-end as they’ll appear in the final product. Thanks to my plot oops, however, I find myself having to rearrange scenes, and I’m a bit worried about continuity. Actually, that’s not really accurate. It’s not so much that the order of … More Continuity & Writing Out of Order
I know I mentioned this before, but I second-guess myself about it a lot. Having read many very complicated books, I start to wonder, “Is My Plot Too Simple? Do I need to add some potential suspects or red herrings? Subplots?” Honestly, the answer is probably, “Yes.” But in my saner moments, I realize that … More Is My Plot Too Simple?
This weekend, I focused on the plot of Born Not Made, and I’m almost done plotting the story out. I think. (I hope?) I had part of the plot worked out before (I use the post-it method), but what I had before needed updated for a couple of reasons. I hadn’t worked on the story … More Almost Done Plotting