Writing is a simple process. It's writers who make it seem so terrifying.
After all, we stare at a blank page long enough that we feel this inexplicable urge to transform it, and we do so through sheer power of will.
But what if the will isn't strong enough? What if we get lost along the way? What if we somehow succumb to the critic within, or worse, to friendly advice, and we're tempted to give it all up?
The following frameworks will be more than enough to help you punch those damn keys and never worry about going creatively bankrupt.