Being a Better Writer: Avoiding a Sagging Middle

Max puts together a magnificent explanation on how to avoid a boring middle story and provides solutions for putting meat and muscle into the middle… not flab. Now I must go apply his advice. More explosions! More climaxii!

Unusual Things

All right! And we’re back with today’s follow-up to one of our more recent posts! Remember? The one about health?

Okay, I’m actually joking. This isn’t a post about that. But it was too good an opportunity a joke to pass up. Sagging middle … anyway …

No, today is another topic by request, but it’s not about that sagging gut. Well, it’s not about the sag you were just thinking of, but the one you probably thought of when you first saw the title to this BaBW post. You know, the one that you’re worried about finding in the middle of your story.

Yes, that middle.

So, let’s dive right in. We’ll do that by first asking this question for those who may not have heard the term: what is a sagging middle?

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