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Old 08-04-2016, 06:43 AM
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While querying agents this morning, I came across an agent's website that had The Marshall Plan System on it -- which I remembered reading about here.

He has an interview on his site about the system, along with advice on writing and the publishing business.

If interested, it's here:


I might have to check out his system too ... sounds pretty good.

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Originally Posted by kathleen-may View Post
I've been struggling for a couple days to lay out an outline for my novel and am having difficulty coming up with scenes that keep the story moving along. I have very clear ideas of some of the major incidents that take place, but the actual connecting scenes, character development, and "meat" of the story is giving me quite a bit of grief.

Does anyone have any tricks or systems that work for them when they're coming up with ideas? Anything helps.
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