Stuck With Your Story? Why You Keep Hitting Walls and Dead Ends in Your Writing

I love this! I am in complete agreement that creative writing is a fluid endeavor and cannot and should not be forced into some sort of mold. I often sit down with little idea of how I am going to get from point A (the initial conflict) to point B (the climax), yet the words flow out of me. The fun part is discovering the journey as it unfolds!

http://www.cynthiahilston.com

A Writer's Path

by Lauren Sapala

For the longest time I had major problems doing revisions on my writing. It seemed so easy for everyone else. Why was it so hard for me? Of course, I also had trouble writing. I hardly ever experienced that state of “effortless flow” everyone talked about, in which the words just magically spewed out of me down onto the page. For years—a lot  of years—I felt like something was wrong with me. I felt like I was a failure as a writer.

Then, I discovered something.

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Author: Cynthia "Cyndi" Hilston

Cynthia Hilston is a thirty-something-year-old stay at home mom of three young kids, happily married. Writing has always been like another child to her. After twenty years of waltzing in the world of fan fiction, she finally stepped away to do her debut dance with original works of fiction. In her spare time – what spare time? – she devours books, watches Doctor Who and Game of Thrones, pets her orange kitty, looks at the stars, and dreams of what other stories she wishes to tell.  

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