If you want to write a novel/book, you’ve gotta be committed. You may run into writer’s block on a number of occasions or simply get bored with your story. To avoid monotony and to keep things fresh and exciting, I’m going to offer a number of suggestions for you to take your story further, to keep going, instead of just abandoning it in the dust.
When you’re beginning with your plot, at first you may find yourself overwhelmed with a lot of ideas, right? Almost too much? Because you’re so excited to get going? And then when you realize just how LONG a story has to go on for to become a book, your enthusiasm kind of fizzes out? Well, no worries! Don’t get to ahead of yourself.
Pace yourself with the plot ideas—keep track of them all in a list apart from the main story text, and work them into the story one at a time without throwing so much in. You don’t want to build up to this massive plot and just leave it hanging, but you don’t w