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Written by April Mitchell
Labels: Thoughts on Writing
The trouble with plots is-they change. Writing your own story. Dictating the lives of your characters. Making the characters in a do, say and be whatever you want. It's just way to much power for anyone. Of course, I let all that mad power go to my head and I think about my peeps in so many situations and plot twists that it's truly insane. "Enough!" I say, hit my delete button and return to that boring old plot outline.