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Connecting the Dots: Writing Between the Action

Digital Tablet Keyboard, Notebook, Pen

By Meg Sorick, Author. Working out the issues in novel writing.

What do you think is the hardest thing for a writer to write? For many, it’s finding a way to connect the dots, or points of action in the plot. After all, your writing cannot be non-stop action. (That’s a very clumsy sentence and I apologize.) When you start writing, maybe you begin with a short story or a piece of flash fiction. Both are excellent ways to dip your toes into the pool of storytelling. However, with pieces of short fiction, you have only a small space to present your plot from inception to conclusion and that leaves no room for “downtime.” The action of the story will take place all at once. Maybe you excel at, and enjoy short story writing and you want to continue. If so, you can stop reading now!

If, however, you want to move into the world of long-form fiction, or novel writing, then you need to find a way to add and fill spaces . . .

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Digital Tablet Keyboard, Notebook, Pen

Connecting the Dots: Writing Between the Action

Digital Tablet Keyboard, Notebook, Pen


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