One stop, all my posts on plotting works of fiction. Note: these resources are applicable to novel authors, graphic novelists, and script writers!
Not quite ready to plot? Check what stage you’re at with Ten Steps to Finishing Your Novel or consider a more fluid method in Chapter Outlining like a Pantser.
The 8 C’s of Plotting Long-Form Narratives
- The 8 C’s of Plotting: Introduction
- The 8 C’s of Plotting: Downloadable Worksheet
- The 8 C’s of Plotting: Prologue, Opening, Captivation, Change
- The 8 C’s of Plotting: Reaction and Campaign/Complication
- The 8 C’s of Plotting: Preparation and Problems
- The 8 C’s of Plotting: Confrontation, Elation, Collapse, Gloom, Comprehension
- The 8 C’s of Plotting: The Ending
The Three Acts (Plot ✕ Theme)
More Posts about Story Structure
- Telling and Selling Stories the Video Game Way
- The Simplest Story Structure
- WATCH, or: Where to Start and End Your Novel
- QUIZ: How should you start your novel?
- How to Write Scenes (Goals and Conflicts)
- Chapter Outlining like a Pantser
- Crafting Chapter One: Resources for Writers
- Plotting: Relationship Arcs
- Writing Without Words (a review of Invisible Ink)
- Short Fiction vs Novels (and also…SETTING)
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