Going back, or moving forward?
It happens to a lot of members. They’re following the lessons in HTTS, and at some point they simply get caught up in writing their story. Instead of walking through each lesson, step by step, they will simply let their momentum carry them through to THE END.
But once that story is finished, what then? Is it worth trying to go back and work through those lessons? Should they retroactively try to apply what they skipped to a manuscript they have already completed?
One writer was worried that perhaps she shouldn’t have passed over lessons on story gravity and promises. Should she backtrack to pick up what she might have missed? Or should she simply move on to the next phase of working on her story – revision.