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Is it possible that a step outline sometimes forces the writer to make decisions for his characters rather than allowing the characters to make their own decisions? - Question/Answer Now Playing


Is it possible that a step outline sometimes forces the writer to make decisions for his characters rather than allowing the characters to make their own decisions?

Aug 01, 2012

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Is it possible that a step outline sometimes forces the writer to make decisions for his characters rather than allowing the characters to make their own decisions? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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at Aug 02, 2012 - 2:44 PM
Hahah, I loved when he said, "this is a childish notion." And then I laughed when he said, "then he can start blaming the people he hands it off too." <--- A little flicker of when Mckee is at his funniest.
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at Aug 01, 2012 - 5:00 AM
Dear website people,
I have a problem navigating this site. I'd like to see the lessons of my choice from no. 1 to 12, but I always have to search back and forth to find the next lesson. For instance, I type 'Entering & Exiting' in the search box to view all lessons on that topic, and I get a multitude of different results that I have to sift through.
Am I doing something wrong here?
Apart from that: wonderful lessons! Thank you!

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