Helpful Tips

Tip of the Day: Start with what you can see and piece it together later.

When writing your story, or developing your plot structure, it’s okay if you don’t know everything that is going to happen from the word go. Start with what you do see and work out what is happening with each of your POV characters in turn. All your subplots will fit together, but you may not see that full structure until the end. Please limit the number of POVs, so you don’t confuse your readers.

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