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Old 07-01-2012, 12:42 PM   #16
J Winterbottom
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I try to outline as much as I can, but I find that the characters tend to hijack the story a bit and often won't allow me to take them on the path I planned out.

I've never had to completely "burn down" a story, but the novel I am just finishing has had a few major changes. This included taking out a full chapter, which I was a bit gutted about but it didn't add anything to the story.
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