Outlining a novel is kind of like building a wall — one brick at a time. Flying monkeys optional.
Getting overwhelmed at the prospect of starting (or finishing) your novel? Feeling the pressure of hundreds of blank pages staring at you, waiting to be filled?
No sweat. Planning out a story is like building a wall:
You just do it one block at a time.
Just like a towering brick wall is made up of individual bricks, your manuscript is made up of individual parts.
You just have to break it down into small, easy-to-handle chunks, and then build it up from there. Here’s how.