I'm running into a tension gap I need to fix in mine as I edit. Going to fill that it!~ Wendy
Hi Wendy -Yes, maintaining tension is something I find difficult as well. Have a great weekend!Blessings,Susan :)
I tend to jump from subject to subject sometimes, which leaves a gap for the reader... I am learning to knit my pieces together :)
I'm not sure about the gaps in my manuscript - you tell me! lol I think I need to work on tension. And eliminating contractions, of course. Blessings,Karen
I'll have to give this one some thought, Susan! Happy early blogoversary & God bless!
Hi Susan...I start really good and have a great ending...but it's that in between.....I often hit a roadblock to keep the story flowing....
Hi Marja - Oh yes, I know about rabbit trails. It helps me to jot down those random thoughts for a future piece.Hi Karen - LOL! Since your manuscript is also my manuscript, we'll have to check for those gaps together. :)Hi Maria - Thanks! I hope you'll visit next months. There will be many guest posts and a bunch of giveaways.Hi Sarah - The dreaded middle can be propped up by a good subplot or two. That's what worked for me. :)Blessings,Susan
I'm not sure if I leave gaps, but I have to keep working to make sure each character's voice is distinct. Maybe that's a kind of gap!
Hi Dena -I have to watch out they don't all sound like me!Blessings,Susan :)
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