In a post on Writer’s Digest, JJ Hanna says writers can tackle the troublesome middle section of their novel by focusing on the antagonist. When wading through the sticky middle of a story Hanna asks herself what the antagonist is up to at that moment – what are their goals and are they doing to achieve them? With that idea in mind, you may find it easier to determine your protagonist’s natural next step.
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