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Plots and Orphans

I've been reading another website/blog called the Plot Whisperer. Anyone who struggles with plot should give it a read. There's a lot of usable information and links.

In addition, I've been going through unfinished short stories and deciding whether or not to continue with them. Some aren't bad and others are worse than stinky cheese. I seem to get about two pages into each and quit even though there's a lot more story to go. I'm not sure if I get interrupted or I have a two-page attention span. I did find three that are finished and I need to find a home for them.

I'll be surfing the web looking for a place for my "orphans". Wish me luck.

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essaypro review on Monday, October 15, 2018 11:11 PM
Unfinished short stories did not give you proper details about the specific topic. I hope you get that point and read the whole book.
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