11 Days & 11 Ways to Plot Your Novel: Positive, Negative, and Flat Character Arcs #NaNoWriMoPrep #amwriting

Crafting a good character arc that is seamlessly woven into the structure and theme of your story is a fundamental skill that every author should perfect. When done well, a character arc can highlight your character’s journey through the tests and trials that they must face to overcome their central problem. Character arcs pinpoint the … Continue reading 11 Days & 11 Ways to Plot Your Novel: Positive, Negative, and Flat Character Arcs #NaNoWriMoPrep #amwriting

11 Days & 11 Ways to Plot Your Novel: The New and Improved Gary Provost Paragraph #NaNoWriMoPrep #amwriting

Today’s plotting method will appeal to those of us who really hate plotting, outline, or anything that looks like something they may have encountered while writing essays in school. Gary Provost was what they call “a writer’s writer,” meaning that he wrote about writing to help other writers. Sounds vaguely familiar… Anyway…if you’ve spent any … Continue reading 11 Days & 11 Ways to Plot Your Novel: The New and Improved Gary Provost Paragraph #NaNoWriMoPrep #amwriting