Sometimes when someone asks you; “So what happens next?” and you have the clearest idea of your beginning and end points, but never the middle, you feel like a failure or like you’re in way over your head.
Here is a short article dedicated entirely to the quick fixes that will drastically improve your writing. This one’s fairly simple, it’s the kind of stuff that’s obvious in hindsight, but hard to figure out or pin down on your own.
How do novelists make a strong character? The ones that feel like they exist outside the story, and outside the author's head? Talking about the rough heuristic I use to plan major and minor characters.