Check below for hints and suggestions on how to organize your writing and make it a better read for your audience.
State in one or two sentences the kernel of your book, story, or blog. Do not exceed thirty words total.
Provide yourself with a rough outline of the storys structure as you see it now. This would include story arcs (beginning, rise, climax), character introductions, main themes, pivotal events, key information, plot points intended to maintain tension, etc.
In the beginning this doesnt need to be extensive, but have it set aside to refer to, and flesh it out as important points occur to you. After you have a good outline to work with, you can use it like a map. Try to avoid adding ideas on small slips of paper. Instead, incorporate them into your outline. If youre not sure where they go, guess, and mark them with an asterisk as a reminder to review them later.
Character Traits/Development Log.
List the vital statistics of your characters, leaving room to flesh out the information. As you think of back-story for them, traits, thoughts, etc., list them here. If they...