What is easy and natural to one person is devilishly impossible to another.
I'm wondering if my writing process will change as I get more experience under my belt. I can't imagine ever plotting every single point (Jeffery Deaver). Any more than I can imagine coming up with a cohesive story allowing myself to just sit and write.
I can, however, identify with her concept of a kernel.
CR: The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. I'll want to read this one again at Halloween!
And I recently finished 212 by Alafair Burke. Read this. Between it and Angel's Tip, I have developed a Nutella habit. Thanks, Alafair.
It's all better with friends.