When the End Isn’t the End of the Story
Louise Foerster

Peeps often ask if one plans a story or how does one develop a story and so on, but your post perfectly illustrate to me what I think most writers know in their heart of hearts. That they know more about the stories than we do. We are just their conduit.

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