Recently, I found myself stuck while working on my new book. I somehow had lost the thread of the narrative and didn’t know how to proceed. But then, while working with my students at NYU last night, I suggested a tip that helped them and me.
Here’s the tip:
Whenever you’re stuck at a point in your story, stop working on the part and immediately move to writing the end. You will be amazed to see that once you figure out where you’re heading, you’ll know what you need to get there.
Good luck and happy writing.