by Millie Ho
Kill the plot-driven story with fire.
A plot-driven story sucks. It is not a story but a sequence of events. It is a terrible thing that will make you claw your hair out trying to make all the details fit while retaining reader interest.
I had a tough two weeks plotting my Long-Suffering Manuscript (LSM) because I was exercising too much control over the story instead of transferring that control over to my characters.
And it’s all because of something I call The Found Situation.
Continue reading A Story Is Driven By Characters, Not Plot
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