Your missing piece
You know that awesome moment when you have a new idea for a story? Your mind runs marathons creating characters, settings, and worlds and you know you're going to make something special.
But when you sit down to write, all that energy and excitements gets you through 30 pages. Then you're left staring at your keyboard wondering what happens next.
You call it writer's block. You tell yourself that you just need to take a break. But then a few months (or years) later you run out of excuses, so you move onto the next story. "This time will be different," you tell yourself, but every unfinished story turns out the same.
No matter what you do or what you try, you never get to type "THE END."
I've been there. In fact, I spent 20 years there. I had the ideas, I had the worlds, I had the characters, but I didn't have a story.
I thought I had all the important puzzle pieces put together, but I was missing the most important one: plot.
Once I figured that out, I threw myself into mastering the last piece of the book puzzle!