Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Rewriting your story
Time and experience has pushed me passed this issue. I now rewrite the existing story and use any alternatives to create new stories.
For those of you experiencing this problem, my suggestion is to get a clear picture of your story line, write the story from beginning to end, and then edit. Your story line may change slightly as you write, or even majorly, but the point is once you get it complete, unless it is just not working, stick with your story line during editing and rewrites. If new ideas present themselves, take note and use them for your next story.
Share your experiences with this issue, and your solutions.
Labels: On Writing - The Craft