While the November writing project moves forward at a pleasant pace (but now appears to be more of a November-December thing), part of my time has also been spent giving notes on some friends’ scripts. 362 more words
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Our characters have a problem, a problem that will spark our plot and drive their arc. As a reader, it’s the transformation from refusal and denial to acceptance then action that I love experiencing, and judging by the popularity of the book industry (an estimated 113 billion dollars globally!), I’m going to predict so do a few other people. 957 more words
Trending Tuesday Book Review - Creating Character Arcs: The Masterful Author's Guide to Uniting Story Structure, Plot, and Character Development
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I’ve read Maas, Engber, Sobieck, Donovan, Bell, Card, and countless other writing gurus. But, after I read Structure Your Novel by K.M. Weiland, I snatched up every instructional writing book this author has published.
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Have you written a story with an exciting concept and interesting characters—but it just isn’t grabbing the attention of readers or agents? It’s time to look deeper into the story beats that create realistic and compelling character arcs. 550 more words