Every week, writers email me with questions about their book projects. There is one type of mistake I get asked about the most, but it’s really shocking. I never would have thought this would be such a common problem.
What kind of writer’s block do you have and what can you do about it? In this first in a new series just about writer’s block, find out what the Type 1 is and what writing techniques you can do to overcome it right now.
There are three questions to consider before starting on your first illustrated storybook. Here’s what you should think about FIRST.
An inciting incident is the single plot point that launches a protagonist out of their status quo and into the adventure they’re about to undertake. Absolutely every story must have one of these.
Find out from award winning author Bobbie Hinman what it takes to form a Focus Group to hone your writing. Get the how and why on the Author Focus Group.
A chain story is my personal favorite type of predictable story structure. Here’s what it is, with some great examples.