Writing a book is like describing a building. Look at the first brick and write all about it. Repeat this process for every brick.
67 Rules for All Writers to Live By
Todd Brison

Actually, it’s best to outline a story and for each part, using a notepad or something like Scrivner, you outline each part…..then you start writing. After you finish…but not edit it…you move to the next part in the outline.

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