Working the Muddle out of Your Middle
It happens to everyone at some time or another - that muddle when you reach the middle of a book. I lose energy and drive. You wonder if you have enough of a story to write about. Maybe you even think you have too much story! Most of us know what it's like to stall out, but there are steps you can take to keep your fiction moving forward.
In this problem-solving Writer's Digest Conference session recording,New York Times bestselling author Cheryl St.John shows you how to focus during this challenging stage, overcome destructive self-doubt, and rediscover what excited you about your story in the first place. Having written and published more than fifty books herself, Cheryl knows that each project presents a unique challenge that no one solution will solve, and will provide additional exercises for jump-starting your creative thinking.
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