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What is wrong with me?
I guess God puts room for a lot of errors for a child like me. So you go back to Him and reason with Him. That had occurred to me many times in the past. Because of my vanity and ego, I thought God was directing me to do something else only to realize that I had been deceiving myself. My bias and judgment made me blind. Plotters write with structured direction for their story, even chapter by chapter scenes.
I began with a goal, i. Then I envisioned this setting to be the desert.
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You had a spirit seeking for a body. At first, they swallowed it hook line and sinker, but later, in the middle of the story, they started creating their lessons, even dared to teach me! I listened to my characters and watched them conquer their challenges. I finished writing the novel in three months. Why are you still working on chapter one? They were not my characters talking. They were me telling them what to do and where to go.
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The moment I read the first sentence, I could not put it down. Brilliantly written. And just what my simple mind needed, a fictionalized non-fiction.
And the icing on the cake, written as a fairy tale. How cool is that for a fantasy writer like me? Just by reading the first few pages, I discovered what kind of writer I am. Finally, a book written for the likes of me. No wonder I could not write a proper blurb or summary.
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Pieces were missing in my giant puzzle. What happened to you? It was amazing! The backstories were more important than the color of their eyes or their built or where they live. Once they spilled, I began to understand their world and how it works and how they respond to it. Oh, I love being a snowflaker! In chapter 4, I learned how to create my own snowflake.
The author did not just tell me how, but showed me. By chapter 5, my one-sentence summary gave birth to my one-paragraph summary. And at chapter 6, started with my character summary. Now you know how a snowflaker builds a story. Snippets and scenes come like pieces of a puzzle. You must always come prepared for whatever He hands, big or small.
Do you think Peter would have been able to handle the thought of building a church with the seat in the Vatican City? Our first pope. No, he would have sunk the way he did in the water when he saw the waves. Seeking more than the concerns of today would be spiritual gluttony and avarice and may only lead to useless worries and anxieties. Or worse pride and presumption.
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Go back to work. You know the scenes. You drift from one realm to another, from the conscious, subconscious and unconscious. The empty vessel filled with abundance. A brimming noisy bowl will not have room for divine inspiration.
A snowflake just dropped on me, and it looked like the perfect prologue, but you know how some gatekeepers meaning agents and editors get turned off by it. Should I write a prologue or not? You learned that in the Realm Makers webinar. These are guides, not strict rules. Kristen Stieffel urged to use it judiciously. It was an eye-opener. Apply the rules of the trade just to break in. Then you can break the rules if needed. I had dumped all the information in that poor opening pages and abused my readers a crime that some writers commit against their readers, according to one author. But now, after all the feedback, I may need a prologue after all.
This is the fourth prologue I have written. I wonder if this will end up in the trash again. And I'm getting more and more detached from my work. It's easier to discard unnecessary scenes, sentences, or words. But when will this endless revision ever stop? When you hit the peak, it starts to go downhill. Stop and backtrack.
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Identify the sweet spot, the peak. And for the deleted scenes, put it in a folder titled Unused Scenes.
These are part of the story that may or never be inked on the page. Organized randomness. From a simple solid foundation, a snowflaker builds complex structures and able to foreshadow.