Exposition (#fromthestart)

writersyoga: Exposition is for explaining the basic rules of the story’s universe, introducing the main characters and conflict, helping to set the tone of the story, and generally trying to get the reader hooked and interested. Introducing the basic rules:… Read moreExposition (#fromthestart)

Exposition (#fromthestart)

writersyoga: Exposition is for explaining the basic rules of the story’s universe, introducing the main characters and conflict, helping to set the tone of the story, and generally trying to get the reader hooked and interested. Introducing the basic rules:… Read moreExposition (#fromthestart)

hi! so i finished most of my nanowrimo novel but i’m really struggling with the ending now. i had an outline when i started but the novel has changed so much as i wrote that the ending i had originally doesn’t really fit and i almost feel like my conflict has no real solution now. i’ve tried giving my novel space and i still feel just as lost. any advice to solving a conflict that seems unsolvable? thanks!

writeinspiration: Hi! That’s actually a problem that a lot of writers have at some point in their career, so try not to feel too bad about it, okay? There are a lot of different types of conflicts, but they can… Read morehi! so i finished most of my nanowrimo novel but i’m really struggling with the ending now. i had an outline when i started but the novel has changed so much as i wrote that the ending i had originally doesn’t really fit and i almost feel like my conflict has no real solution now. i’ve tried giving my novel space and i still feel just as lost. any advice to solving a conflict that seems unsolvable? thanks!

hi! so i finished most of my nanowrimo novel but i’m really struggling with the ending now. i had an outline when i started but the novel has changed so much as i wrote that the ending i had originally doesn’t really fit and i almost feel like my conflict has no real solution now. i’ve tried giving my novel space and i still feel just as lost. any advice to solving a conflict that seems unsolvable? thanks!

writeinspiration: Hi! That’s actually a problem that a lot of writers have at some point in their career, so try not to feel too bad about it, okay? There are a lot of different types of conflicts, but they can… Read morehi! so i finished most of my nanowrimo novel but i’m really struggling with the ending now. i had an outline when i started but the novel has changed so much as i wrote that the ending i had originally doesn’t really fit and i almost feel like my conflict has no real solution now. i’ve tried giving my novel space and i still feel just as lost. any advice to solving a conflict that seems unsolvable? thanks!

hi! so i finished most of my nanowrimo novel but i’m really struggling with the ending now. i had an outline when i started but the novel has changed so much as i wrote that the ending i had originally doesn’t really fit and i almost feel like my conflict has no real solution now. i’ve tried giving my novel space and i still feel just as lost. any advice to solving a conflict that seems unsolvable? thanks!

Hi! That’s actually a problem that a lot of writers have at some point in their career, so try not to feel too bad about it, okay? There are a lot of different types of conflicts, but they can be… Read morehi! so i finished most of my nanowrimo novel but i’m really struggling with the ending now. i had an outline when i started but the novel has changed so much as i wrote that the ending i had originally doesn’t really fit and i almost feel like my conflict has no real solution now. i’ve tried giving my novel space and i still feel just as lost. any advice to solving a conflict that seems unsolvable? thanks!

hi! so i finished most of my nanowrimo novel but i’m really struggling with the ending now. i had an outline when i started but the novel has changed so much as i wrote that the ending i had originally doesn’t really fit and i almost feel like my conflict has no real solution now. i’ve tried giving my novel space and i still feel just as lost. any advice to solving a conflict that seems unsolvable? thanks!

Hi! That’s actually a problem that a lot of writers have at some point in their career, so try not to feel too bad about it, okay? There are a lot of different types of conflicts, but they can be… Read morehi! so i finished most of my nanowrimo novel but i’m really struggling with the ending now. i had an outline when i started but the novel has changed so much as i wrote that the ending i had originally doesn’t really fit and i almost feel like my conflict has no real solution now. i’ve tried giving my novel space and i still feel just as lost. any advice to solving a conflict that seems unsolvable? thanks!

Open With A Punch

writeydoos: It takes about three paragraphs to decide whether or not I’m going to buy that novel I just mindlessly picked up in the book store. Sometimes I’ll read the entire first chapter if I’m still on the fence, but… Read moreOpen With A Punch

Open With A Punch

writeydoos: It takes about three paragraphs to decide whether or not I’m going to buy that novel I just mindlessly picked up in the book store. Sometimes I’ll read the entire first chapter if I’m still on the fence, but… Read moreOpen With A Punch

Do you have any tips for adding tension and conflict to a story? Nobody has said it outright, but my readers (fanfiction) seem to see every plot twist coming from a mile away, and I have a really annoying habit of making conflict easily resolved. Thanks!

fixyourwritinghabits: There are different reasons you might be having these problems. The links below really address structural conflicts in your story and how to create them. This is usually the biggest challenge for writers. But if you feel like you… Read moreDo you have any tips for adding tension and conflict to a story? Nobody has said it outright, but my readers (fanfiction) seem to see every plot twist coming from a mile away, and I have a really annoying habit of making conflict easily resolved. Thanks!

Do you have any tips for adding tension and conflict to a story? Nobody has said it outright, but my readers (fanfiction) seem to see every plot twist coming from a mile away, and I have a really annoying habit of making conflict easily resolved. Thanks!

fixyourwritinghabits: There are different reasons you might be having these problems. The links below really address structural conflicts in your story and how to create them. This is usually the biggest challenge for writers. But if you feel like you… Read moreDo you have any tips for adding tension and conflict to a story? Nobody has said it outright, but my readers (fanfiction) seem to see every plot twist coming from a mile away, and I have a really annoying habit of making conflict easily resolved. Thanks!