Do you back it up and take another trail? Do you set the project aside and move on to something else? Do you lock yourself into a sterile room until you come up with the answer. I call this plot block--it's different than writer's block in that you can write just fine, you just can't figure out how your character gets onto the plane or where the cop should find the clue. Any interesting experiences to share?
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really good advice there. I have something similar in my own blog about writing. Great idea Milady Gonzalez
I have checked your blog, I like your ideas, especially that we writers turn everything into production. That is how we let out. Overall, writing is a great therapy that helps the writer and who in the same circumstances reads the piece.
That's a very unique idea. I'm sure that by writing something--even if it isn't the right plot choice--will move the story along and get the writing juices flowing.
That is the hope. Sometimes writing the wrong thing is better than writing nothing. Not everyone agrees with this. But I've been known to cut 52 pages from a book back to where I felt the story diverge which allows me to finish the work.
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