>>Sometimes I'm not 100%
>>sure of what I'm doing even while I'm doing it. :)
>I just had one of those moments with the latest bit I wrote in my
>current story project. It's not in the outline, it doesn't yet
>contribute to the plot, but something in the back of my head says,
>"this needs writing and including."
I had something similar happen lately - I had a whole scene in my head and was just starting to put it down on paper when one of the other characters walked up, tapped me on the shoulder, and said, "I got this."
It completely changed how things were accomplished, but I think it worked out better than the original plan (which I was able to partially salvage into a different scene later on - bonus! :)).
>I've learned not to ignore that something.
And I learned that from both you and Gryphon, between discussions on the forums here and prereading for DW, so thanks to both of you!
[...] in order to be a realist you must believe in miracles.
-- David Ben Gurion
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