A story I'm working on revolves around a young woman who, after being cursed by the mark of a werewolf, terrorizes her hometown and the reactions from those within her community, some who either want to help her or to kill her. Plotting it, I developed a lot in terms of: The main character's "pre-signs" (things she does and says that reveals to the reader that the werewolf is soon approaching such as being a night owl, being thirsty all the time, being hyper sexual, etc.) The werewolf scenes (the transformation and the night of the attacks) The town's reaction the following day (A public meeting and a memorial set up for the lives lost) Her "other side" (a sentient shroud of darkness that only she can see that is the spirit of the werewolf) The symbolism Two characters, a hunter and a scientist, the former who wants to kill her and the latter who wants to cure her and both having valid reasons for their beliefs. The ending All of these above I love and now I'm about 85-90% done plotting the story overall. As mentioned in the title, my problem I'm realizing is that my story is still too boring. Nothing happens, or rather, nothing happens that will want the reader to keep turning pages for the most part. There's no excitement, tension, or mystery and I'm lacking ideas on how to make this story interesting when otherwise not revolving around the bullet points above (most of these points happen either a third of the way to half through the story, mind you, so there's gaps in the story where nothing interesting happens.) There are some subplots such as one with my main character learning of her father's infidelity to her mother, but that in of itself is lacking energy on my part. I'm drawing blanks on how to energize my story. Maybe I wrote myself into a corner here.