MAY IS HOSTED BY WRITING RULES BY WRITERS, DONALD MAASS' TWEETS ON CREATING THE PERFECT NOVEL ;) & SECTIONS INSPIRED BY THESE:
“Write every day. Anything you do every day gets easier. If you’re insanely busy, make the amount that you write every day small (100 words? 250 words?) but do it every day.” ~ Cory Doctorow
DONALD MAASS WRITE TIP 75
Plot-driven WIP? How does the Big Problem affect your MC in ways that it doesn’t affect others? What’s the ultimate cost?
“Thank you, I appreciate the not being unconscious part you pointed out. And, I can tell you think this Welcome to my Space ship speech is going well – truly, I’m prepared to listen if the alternative is terminal – but, for decades, people from my town have been going missing: of the never-seen-again variety – so, mostly it's a Thanks but No, thanks from me. I’d be happy if you just pointed me towards the door.”
Are you writing plot-driven fiction? How does the Big Problem affect your MC in ways that it doesn’t affect anyone else?