This is another one adapted from one of Laura Deutsch’s prompts. Do you have any piece of the story (it’s usually backstory for me, but it could be a character or an object or a setting or a plot point or whatever) that you keep coming back to, but you’re not sure how it fits?
This prompt is to help clarify how it fits. Because it probably does fit. And the fit’s probably pretty fresh and pretty awesome, because you wouldn’t be stuck on it if it weren’t. So:
I keep coming back to . . . because I like (how/when) . . . .
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Still reading about scenes. (Still.) But I’m getting there. Then I have to edit the posts. But I’m gonna get there. Just like the tortoise.