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Posted: 10/3/2010 7:47 PM PDT
I did exactly what you’re describing here too! Zoom-zoom for a few paragraphs, then drag-city on the next two or three. A friend, who was helping me, finally got mad enough to offer some advice. She told me to make a ‘story board’. Sit down and decide, okay, this and this happens in chapter one, this and this in chapter two - and so on. Once you have that ‘story board’ - you can ‘scene jump’ if one starts to drag. Since the story is outlined, chapter by chapter, you know where the scenes go, and in what order. Say, for example, you get draggy on Jill learning to swim - skip to Jill jumping off the high dive. Save that file, then drop it in where it goes later. Give your brain a rest from whatever it was that was making you plod along, go back to it later. The same thing with scenes you feel like you rushed through. Save them to a seperate file, work on them later - until you're satisfied with them - then drop them in where they go. Hope this helps!
Posted: 10/1/2010 10:09 PM PDT
My book is cool, but I keep speeding things along to quickly, and then start dragging it! Got any tips of how to stop? I mean,
I don't want things happending write and left in the beggining. lol