Tag: plot

I’m lazy, and so are you! Probably…

When writing, I’d much rather ignore a problem, hoping that it would solve itself, rather than tackle it head on. That is not to say I won’t do it eventually, but I’ve found it better to do it sooner rather than later… For instance,… Continue Reading “I’m lazy, and so are you! Probably…”

I’m Terribly Lazy at Plotting

I’m lazy. I don’t want to write more than I have to, and when I write, I’m hoping things will work out eventually… Not so! At least not when you are developing your backstory – everything that happened before the novel starts. In my… Continue Reading “I’m Terribly Lazy at Plotting”

Wasting time writing

What is the story about? It was about something, now it’s something else… Why can’t there be an easy story to write? Why do I need to do a trial and error to nail down what the story is about? I can’t… I just… Continue Reading “Wasting time writing”

LoTR and Info Dumps

The biggest problem with writing fantasy stories is that we have to present a whole new world organically without overwhelming readers with names and places. Tolkien has an interesting way of presenting his world which I don’t think many have tried to emulate since.… Continue Reading “LoTR and Info Dumps”

Who Carries the Plot?

Is it the characters that carry the plot or is it the plot carries the characters? I’m not sure. Perhaps there isn’t a simple answer to that, at least not for me. For me, stories never start with a character. My mind is so… Continue Reading “Who Carries the Plot?”

Ignition of Change – Poem

A story is nothing but the preparation of change. How to reach this point sets the road ahead. The writer must find this road and not steer from it. We don’t know the characters in our minds but in our hearts. At the end… Continue Reading “Ignition of Change – Poem”

I Made a Failure Today

Sometimes, when you write, you’ll come across failures, at least, if you are willing to explore. The plot will drive you forward, and as you go on, you will make up reasons to why things are happening, but sometimes, there’s will be a nagging… Continue Reading “I Made a Failure Today”

The True Story

Considering what I wrote in my last post, you might find it strange that I think plot is the hardest part of writing. Not because I cannot come up with anything but because I tend to get ahead of myself. The plot is always… Continue Reading “The True Story”

I Abandoned a Story and I Couldn’t be Happier.

 There’s this story that I’ve worked on for about 2 years, and during this time, there’s been a lot of changes to the plot, which is not a good thing… A short story should be simple, with a clear plot and it should be… Continue Reading “I Abandoned a Story and I Couldn’t be Happier.”

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