These days, I have story structure clogging the otherwise normal functions of my cerebral cortex. Plotting methods ooze from my pores like cheap perfume on a humid day.
But I'm getting there. Sort of.
My spreadsheet overfloweth with scene ideas and chapter hooks.
So here's what's got me stumped: this new realization that the complications leading to crisis/climax at the end of Act II oughta be a direct consequence of character choices made in the initial attempt to deal with the problem coming out of Act I.
Okay, did that make sense? Or, did your head just explode?