Write Forward

Several years ago a good friend of mine decided to write a novel. I was excited when she showed me the first few chapters, but quite quickly her progress began to slow. She was making major revisions as she wrote, changing characters and key plot elements along the way. After several rounds of major changes, she lost steam and her novel remains half-finished.To avoid a similar fate, when I started writing I used a technique I call “write forward” to create my rough draft. The idea of “wri […]
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