September 6, 2018 by Sarra Cannon
Now that you have the basic outline of your novel, it’s time to bring it all together. That means planning out your scenes and turning your plot framework into a cohesive story that will flow and captivate readers.
I hope you’ve been enjoying this series on how to plot a novel. There’s just one video left, and I’ll be posting that tomorrow! If you haven’t grabbed it yet, make sure you sign up for my newsletter and get your free Plot Your Novel workbook.
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Now that you’ve done all this work, the writing should be easy, right? Well, sometimes yes, and sometimes no.
So, what happens if your characters just aren’t cooperating with this incredible plot you’ve put together? What do you do when the words simply won’t flow? I’ll discuss all of this and more in tomorrow’s final video. See you there!
As I mentioned before, this is part 6 of my 8-Part Video series on How To Plot Your Novel. If you missed any of the previous posts, you can find them linked here below!
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