Many beginning writers constantly rewrite the first three to five chapters of their book. There are a few reasons for this malady.
1 – The enthusiastic writer had a “great idea,” but did not plan to the middle or end of the book.
2 – The writer is blocked and keeps rewriting the stuff he knows, hoping to have some kind of inspiration that will give him the next step in their story.
3 – See number one.
Starting off writing a long form piece like a novel without a rough idea of a beginning, a middle and an end is like going on a hike without a map or knowing when you will return. It is a sure-fire way to get lost.
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