The hardest thing about writing, in a sense, is not writing. I mean, the sentence is not intended to show you off, you know. It is not supposed to be “look at me!” “Look, no hands!” It’s supposed to be a pipeline between the reader and you. One condition of the sentence is to write so well that no one notices that you’re writing. —James Baldwin
A Dramatica storyform can help shore up that pipeline and keep it free from muddling debris.
Concepts covered: The Storyform.