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First and most importantly, [community profile] firewhiskeyfic has the fics that were written last week up as well as the voting post. Read up and vote! (if you like)

Now we get to the old familiar tune part: Why Can't I write decent length fic anymore? I can do drabbles and PWP but proper fic, fic. Nada nothing.

I though signing up for rarefest with an own prompt and a pairing was a good idea. Now I want to get it done for the end of the month to clear my board [community profile] hp_may_madness and [community profile] hphet and nothing, not a blessed thing.

How do people come up with plots? I mean how?

Date: 2017-04-26 06:32 pm (UTC)
torino10154: Luna's patronus (Magic)
From: [personal profile] torino10154
How do people come up with plots? I mean how?

If you ever find out, let me know.

Date: 2017-04-26 10:53 pm (UTC)
alisanne: (Default)
From: [personal profile] alisanne
What is this 'plot' of which you speak? :P

Date: 2017-04-27 10:02 pm (UTC)
alisanne: (Default)
From: [personal profile] alisanne
why boinking is happening

Duh, because it's boinking. ;)
nevrafire: (Default)
From: [personal profile] nevrafire
(can't remember where but i'm looking for it, will share in full when find it)

but basically it was like, don't think about characters following plot, make plot out of the character motivations/arc to reach what they want/need

like the example they gave was their take on BatB but with a good witch and a bad witch, the bad witch cursed the prince and wants him to stay cursed and the good witch wants to help the prince break the curse.
and the 'plot' because the two witches going against each other until one of them got what they wanted (and along the way they learned stuff about each other and some other stuff)

does that makes sense?

EDIT: here it is:

Edited (added info ) Date: 2017-04-28 03:28 am (UTC)


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