Constant Contained Conflict (CCC) – The Holidays are a perfect example

The 3by3 Writing Method looks for CCC in every scene and every character. Forcing a group of diverse people with the only thing in common being they are related is a perfect example of CCC. Internal and interpersonal conflicts abound during the holidays.
It might be a good idea to take a few notes during the discussions and events of the season, discretely of course.
The details of these events are not critical unless you are writing specially about the holidays, but internal conflicts and the obvious external ones can be tweaked into believable story lines. The confinement of family, close quarters and the imbibing that occurs during this time offers great fodder for future writings.
Happy Holidays!

About 3by3 writing method

The author of 12 books, half of them textbooks, two novels and three self help. has struggled with his challenges of completion, distractions, plotting and writers block. Finally after getting stopped I stopped and analyzed what was going on and spent a lot of introspection, research and reading trying to locate the source of these issues. The result of was the 3by3 writing method - a three step program to start and then continue the process of completing a story all the way to publication.
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