7 Steps to Plot Your Way Out of Writer’s Block – Example

Author Amie Gibbons

On Wednesday I posted my method for breaking the dreaded block. Plot Your Way Out of Writer’s Block  You tackle it like you would most big tasks, break it up 🙂

1. Blurb – One sentence of what it’s about.  Great article on this here: Your Novel In One Sentence

2. Back of the book synopsis – A paragraph or two expanding on the first sentence.

3. Underlying meaning/feeling?

4. Voice or tone.

5. Characters: Name, Role, Goal (for this story), Ambitions in life, Values.

6. Main Conflict.

7. How the MC should grow.

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