How to Write a Plot
A plot contains the events of a story: the things that happen to the various characters and the actions they engender throughout its length. A strong plot translates into a compelling, readable story that audiences will enjoy. A weak plot does not...
An encyclopedia article about a work of fiction frequently includes a concise
summary of the plot. The description should be thorough enough for the reader to
By Glen C. Strathy*. How would you like to create a plot outline for your novel in
less than an hour that is emotionally compelling and dramatically sound?
These days, plot matters. No fiction will be taken on by agents - no matter how
brilliantly written, how edgily contemporary, how weighty in subject matter -
A plot is not a story, nor does every story have a strong plot. Good writers know
the importance of both plot and story, especially before they dare to write a story ...
How to Write a Good Plot. A good plot is all about organizing ideas in a way that
is appealing to the reader. It is also, and more importantly, the guideline that ...
Discover how to write a plot that will hook your readers and keep them engaged
until then end.
What is plot? Here's a simple explanation of what plot is and how to write stories
that hold your reader's attention.
May 1, 2009 ... In the margin, write where you've seen it. Then list these sections and make a
note for each one about how it could differ from its lookalike.