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You are sitting where ever you sit, writing and your story is going great. You are somewhere in the middle of the book and as you write a sentence you realize, this doesn’t make sense. You have just found a major plot hole and now you are going to have to change everything. Just a bad dream? Nope. But at Writer UnBoxed, author Lauren K. Denton has some tips and a lot of sympathy and commiseration to share.
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Our guest today is Lauren K. Denton. Born and raised in Mobile, Alabama, Lauren now lives with her husband and two young daughters in Homewood, just outside Birmingham. In addition to her fiction, she writes a monthly newspaper column about life, faith, and how funny (and hard) it is to be a parent. On any given day, she’d rather be at the beach with her family and a stack of books. Her first novel The Hideaway comes out next month and in 2018: Hurricane Season, also from HarperCollins/Thomas Nelson.
It’s scary to be in the middle (or worse—near the end) of your book and realize you need to make a huge change. I wrote this to commiserate with other authors who’ve done this sort of thing as well as to encourage authors who are up against this kind of major change.
Read the full post on Writer UnBoxed