What happens when we don't keep our promises.
For want of a raven, the dream was lost.
Arrows, moons, and marvels oh my!
Submitted by Kai, answered
If the hero isn't doing anything, the reader will be bored.
Some techniques are tempting, but dangerous.
Disconnected scenes are rarely worth keeping.
What to do when one conversation could ruin your plot.
Create excitement on your own terms.
Hacking governor modules across the corporate rim!
Prequels are usually bad, even when authors try their best.
This common model for stories can be helpful, but it can also hold writers back.
When the heart wants two different things.
Like a tug of war in the plot.
What lessons are we supposed to learn here?
One weird trick vs. storytelling reality.
A structure no stronger than a sand castle.
One author enters, one author leaves.
Submitted by Dave L, answered
Convincing readers to buy the book.