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.