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Anatomy of a Premise Line by Jeff Lyons

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Final Thoughts

You have to first understand what’s real and what’s fabricated about the myth of writer’s block before you can really bust it!

Now you have all the building blocks, foundation stones, tools, and techniques that you need to write a working story premise. But there’s more to it (isn’t there always?). You also need the discipline of writing. Sometimes your writing will flow easily, other times you’ll wish you’d gone to dental school. With that in mind, I have decided to end the book with an iconic subject: writer’s block.

I do this because the belief in this thing is almost universal, and the amount of wasted effort writers ...

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