Wisdom Reblogged

Should I continue with my novel even though there’s a published novel with a similar plot?

But that’s been done before! What’s a writer to do?

If you’re plagued by doubt about your current novel, read on. Another nugget of wisdom from multi-published Forget Me Not Romances author, Florence Witkop, awaits. Her straight-shooting advice will help calm the creative waters so your words can FLOW.

And, please, feel free to follow Florence and yours-truly. We’d love to hear from you. Creative is as creative does. And the muse MUST be fed.

Write on!

2 thoughts on “Should I continue with my novel even though there’s a published novel with a similar plot?”

  1. Thanks for sharing. I had a similar issue while writing one of the stories for my blog. I got to know that a similar story has already been written and filmed. That left me with a dilemma. But I wrote it anyway as I guess there are many new things in my story that the movie didn’t have, may be some twist, the ending. And no two minds can ever think so much alike that they end up giving you exact same story.

  2. I agree that it’s good to write the story anyway. Even if the plot is similar to another story, it will be told with a voice that’s unique to the writer.

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