Jennifer's Journal


Friday, October 30, 2009

Writing Tip of the Day

It can sometimes be helpful to think of your book plot in terms of a traditional script for stage or screen. That is to say, as a three-act play with a beginning, middle and end. This seems to work best for shorter fiction, up to 50,000 words, which generally requires only two or three dramatic incidents plus a climax.


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