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Wednesday, September 6

On the Road: 3 Reasons Why Writers Struggle with Conflict

By Janice Hardy, @Janice_Hardy

Today I'm over at The Write Life sharing three reasons writers struggle with conflict. Come on over and say hello!

Here's a sneak peek:

Conflict is one of those aspects of writing that has caused more than its fair share of writer frustrations. It’s critical in fiction, yet often misunderstood. Over the years, I’ve pinpointed the three most common reasons writers stumble over conflict:

Reason #1: Conflict Isn’t a “One-Size-Fits-All” Issue

What works for one story might not work for another, and even within the same novel, you’ll have different aspects of conflict depending on the needs of the scene.(read the rest here)

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