Well, I have written myself into a corner. My plot has been building toward a certain scene that will a) reveal vital information about the MC's past, and b) line up the events for the remainder of the story. BUT: every time I think I've gotten right up to the point where I can take the plunge and tackle this scene, I realize I'm not quiiiiiite there yet. There always seems to be something missing, so one more, then one more, then ONE MORE scene that I seem to need to come first. It is infuriating. I've tried skipping the parts I am restless on, and getting right to the parts I want to write, but THAT never works, because I think of something else that needs to come first. So much rides on this pivial point in the plot, it HAS to be thouroughly set up. I am not good at writing out of order either, just because I freeze at the thought of the potential plotholes this might cause. Completely blows my mind. Does anyone have any advice on how to muscle through these last necessary parts, and get on with the good stuff?