I started writing my small sci-fi story, when I was bored in the library. Since then I've managed to write almost 30 chapters with 3k-4k words per chapter, and made a 180 what it's was about. I want to know what you writers consider as a good plot? What I am aiming for it to be a soft sci-fi, because it is aimed more social, political, and culutural. The whole point of me writing this story is to give a reader an indirect moral point of the story. Then again I want to keep the readers guessing, distracted and emotionally attached. I have the main plot down like the core, just everything intertwined from character development, sub/twists plots having trouble with. I'm writing as I go or think of ideas on the spot like having a wild card imagination. I feel if I plan it out, it will conflict with my imagination, and creativity. The whole plot being briefly stated from start, middle, and end like a movie in my head screaming to get out. I have the main parts played out in my head, just not the little things which makes whole thing bonds. I feel that what's missing. Alot of times I feel it is getting more tense, I have the ending but don't really know how to get there. Personally looking at my brief plot, I want to sabatoge it logically. What is wrong with it? does it only make sense to me? Just wondering because should I be more worried what the readers think? or how I feel what is best?