Writing Tip — 22


Here are some helpful tips from Anna Dobritt to prevent the middle of your story from becoming a ‘muddle’.

Anna Dobritt -- Author

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The Middle of your story is where complications occur and tensions rise for your main characters(s). As they face the road blocks set in place by the antagonist or situation, your character changes as they work to resolve the problems. Your protagonist needs to grow and change as they meet and overcome each challenge they face. Minor situations introduced in the beginning can be resolved in this section of the story. Even though the minor things are settled, you are still writing toward the climax of your book.

In this section of the story, you need to continue holding the reader’s attention, keep them going to the final section of the story. The muddle — sorry — middle of the story is much harder. It is so easy to get bogged down in details, introducing new minor conflicts for your protagonist as you go along. It’s also easy to lose…

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