My mind is like a freight train, passing through one idea after another. I would have one idea that would evolve into another and another to the point where I am finding that after reading back my stories from 4 years ago to now that I have lost touch of what I was writing about. You can tell by the way I am typing right now and my posts in the past. I have so much on my mind that I cannot stop and just stick to one concrete idea until I feel it is complete. I believe it is positive because I can think of numerous possibilities with the story line but the main idea gets lost. Currently I have a great idea for a character in my story I am writing and I have a general idea of how the character gets from A to Z. I cannot figure out step B, C, D etc. I have the who, what, where, when but not the why. It also does not help that I cannot figure out the intro but I have the middle, climax and the resolution. I have read many styles of writing where the why is not revealed until the climax or the writer jumps into the story and reveals the purpose of the story in the beginning and continues on from there. I have to admit that most of my writings are "free writing" and I only use my storyboard as a guide of inspiration. What can I do to stick to the main idea of the story and write from there? How do I write a story without looking like I am jumping too fast from one idea to another? I find it boring where the MC narrates the story in one continuos line without a moment to tell the writer what is going on or how the character feels or what the character knows.