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Use Lists to Power through Your Novel

Three rules for generating options to fix problems with your plot

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The words are flowing. You feel the wind in your hair. Writing is a joy! Easy as riding a bicycle.

Then, suddenly, your front wheel goes in a pothole, and you fly over the handlebars.




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Anna Murray

Anna Murray

Tech expert, novelist, and essay writer with an ticklish funny bone. My novel, “Greedy Heart,” is First Best Book Finalist in the VIVIAN Awards.

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