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This is the ultimate Easter showstopper – homemade spiced vanilla ice cream, chocolate bunny ear meringues, chunks of toasted hot cross bun, and plenty of chocolate sauce all in one bowl. It's like an Easter Freakshake - but better!

This is the ultimate Easter showstopper – homemade spiced vanilla ice cream, chocolate bunny ear meringues, chunks of toasted hot cross bun, and plenty of chocolate sauce all in one bowl. It's like an Easter Freakshake - but better!

Save the Cat + Story Engineering = The Frankenstein of story-structure-overview-planning-plotting-revising-analysis spreadsheets

Save the Cat + Story Engineering = The Frankenstein of story-structure-overview-planning-plotting-revising-analysis spreadsheets

To get to know my characters better, I use a list of questions known as the Proust Questionnaire, made famous by French author, Marcel Proust.

To get to know my characters better, I use a list of questions known as the Proust Questionnaire, made famous by French author, Marcel Proust.

These writing quotes come from the website of 7-time author and writing teacher, Laura Davis. Visit her site to learn more about her writing classes and retreats or to join her free online Writer's Journey Roadmap community. www.lauradavis.net

These writing quotes come from the website of 7-time author and writing teacher, Laura Davis. Visit her site to learn more about her writing classes and retreats or to join her free online Writer's Journey Roadmap community. www.lauradavis.net

The heroes journey -writing - novels - author - Lindsey Pogue - Romance Adventure New Adult Author - http://www.lindseypogue.com/

The heroes journey -writing - novels - author - Lindsey Pogue - Romance Adventure New Adult Author - http://www.lindseypogue.com/

As K.M. Weiland explains, each “overall scene” includes a scene and a sequel. The scene begins with a goal, which is frustrated by conflict, and results in a disaster. The sequel starts with a reaction to the disaster, followed by a dilemma and then a decision. In the book, she goes into an amazing amount of detail about different options for each of these elements.

As K.M. Weiland explains, each “overall scene” includes a scene and a sequel. The scene begins with a goal, which is frustrated by conflict, and results in a disaster. The sequel starts with a reaction to the disaster, followed by a dilemma and then a decision. In the book, she goes into an amazing amount of detail about different options for each of these elements.