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"But I Wanted To Tell That Story, Too": When A Sub-Plot Is Really Just Another Plot (Lesson Learned)

Four thousand miles to the east, a new day was beginning. With
each passing minute, the sun’s rays heated the equatorial waters of
the Mauritanian coastline and generated an oppressive blanket of steam… 755 more words

Remembering Theme When Lost

Good afternoon, Squiders! We’ll start our next nonfic topic about coming up with ideas and expanding them into something workable next week. I still need to finish outlining the topic before we get started. 531 more words


Plots | One title over subplots

Source: tex.stackexchange.com

You can use a TikZ node as a title for a quick solution.

    \addplot coordinates {(0,0) (1,1) (2,2)};
    \addplot coordinates {(0,2) (1,1) (2,0)};
    \addplot coordinates {(0,2) (1,1) (2,1)};
    \addplot coordinates {(0,2) (1,1) (1,0)};
\node (title) at ($(group c1r1.center)!0.5!(group c2r1.center)+(0,2cm)$) {THE Title};
\end{document} 22 more words

Understanding little things called subplots

I’m discovering that “subplots” is a term that most of us think we understand, but really we have a lot to learn about.

Subplots are miniature storylines that branch from the main storyline, right? 327 more words


Welcome to the multiplex

Have I got a deal for you. You buy your ticket to a “theater” showing…oh…half a dozen movies. This ticket will get you into the multiplex theater anytime you want as many times as you want, and when you are there, you can see as many of the movies as you would like. 1,235 more words

Living My Life

Fleshing Out a Story

Subplots are secondary plots or story lines that coexist with the primary story. They add depth and complexity to primary plots, shows the different facets of characters, engage the readers, increase tension, and make the overall reality of the story more believable as the main plot progresses.  899 more words

Plot & Structure