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Mar 3, 2022 at 22:26 comment added Josh Part Just a small advice from personal experience: don't completely scrap stuff as soon as you begin to dislike something from it. Instead, keep it somewhere around. With a little tweaking, some ideas or concepts might still be useful for a future story, or maybe even use them to create a bigger story (which is what happened to me: I too scrapped A LOT of plots and ideas when I was a teenager, and when I finally came up with an idea I was overall satisfied with, I found some similarities that allowed me to connect a lot of scrapped stuff to this story, which now spans 8 interconnected stories)
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Mar 2, 2022 at 12:38 comment added user54131 I think I heard once that one of the hallmarks of a good artist/author isn't necessarily being better or more talented, but producing more than others and throwing more of it away, so that what's left is better. So I'd say just keep generating ideas and scrapping them until you find ones you want to try and polish up. It's not odd to find it's hard to get a solid idea, in any case. If it were easy everyone would be doing it ;)
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