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20.06.2011 19:40    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Structure  Plotting  Writing Craft  Writing Plot  Writing Tips      Tags: plot  plotting  structure  chris lee ramsden  
I remember one of my good friends approaching me after completing a story - the first of his that went on to get published - and saying, in a state of awe and wonder, ‘Structure is everything.'
 
20.06.2011 18:55    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Structure  Plotting  Writing Craft  Writing Plot  Writing Tips      Tags: plot  plotting  simon haynes  
Plotting is the process of describing your novel in summarised form, usually before you start the actual work of writing it.
 
20.06.2011 18:43    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Writing  Fiction Elements  Plotting  Structure  Writing  Writing Plot  Writing Craft  Writing Tips      Tags: plot  plotting  braiding plots  alison kent  
I have a subliminal grasp of plotting or I wouldn't have sold the number of books I have sold. My current writing goal, however, is to master plotting.
 
20.06.2011 17:47    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Plotting  Writing Craft  Writing Plot  Writing Tips  Structure      Tags: plot  plotting  sandra e. haven  
How does a writer take these bare essentials and create a real, honest-to-goodness, worth-the-time-to-read, or better yet, worth-an-acceptance-from-an-editor story?
 
20.06.2011 17:29    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Plotting  Writing Plot  Writing Craft  Writing Tips  Screenwriting      Tags: plot  plotting  plot reversals  martha alderson  
In real life, some people skate from one success to the next. Others hit a flat-line long before they ever actually die.
 
20.06.2011 15:48    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Plotting  Writing Craft  Writing Plot  Writing Tips      Tags: plot  plotting  lynette rees  
What is a plot? The dictionary definition of the word ‘plot' relating to a story is: The plan or main story of a literary work.
 
19.06.2011 18:44    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Plotting  Structure  Writing  Writing Plot  Writing Tips      Tags: plot  plotting  character-driven  action-driven  martha alderson  
Most writers have a preference for one style of writing over another. Some writers are more adept at developing complex, interesting, and quirky characters. Others excel at page-turning action.
 
19.06.2011 14:43    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Plotting  Writing  Writing Craft  Writing Plot  Writing Tips      Tags: plot  plotting  plotting your novel  jeff heisler  
Here's an easy way to get you started in plotting. Follow these steps and your novel will follow.
 
19.06.2011 14:15    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Plotting  Structure  Writing  Writing Craft  Writing Plot  Writing Tips      Tags: plot  plotting  the rule of three  julie miller  
In my experience as the author of 25 books--including award winners and bestsellers--I'm often asked: How do you know you have everything you need in your novels to tell a complete, satisfying story?
 
19.06.2011 14:05    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Plotting  Writing  Structure  Writing Plot  Writing Craft  Writing Tips      Tags: plot  plotting  cause and effec  fiction  susan j. letham  
Writer's question: I was told I need to develop a stronger sense of cause and effect in my fiction. Can you explain cause and effect in simple terms?
 
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