No matter how experienced a writer you are, sometimes your writing takes too much of a life of its own. Your writing rambles, it lacks focus, it doesn’t lead the reader anywhere.
It’s frustrating when that happens, especially when the idea underlying that writing is sound. But how can you focus that piece of writing?
There are a number of techniques you can try to get around that problem. But one that I’ve been experimenting with lately shows a lot of promise. That technique involves writing loglines.
Curious? Then read on.