I like this as a general guide to novel structure. However many resources I've read warn against getting too locked into a single script or pattern like this. Sometimes you need to save the climax for the last two pages, and sometimes you need the action to start on the first page (and fill in 'setup' stuff later).
It's impossible to figure out how to outline any one aspect of your story in isolation. Instead, learn 3 ways to "bob and weave" from one to the next.
Beginner's Novel Writing Tips by The Novel Factory: Why You Need To Set Up Your Novel Ending In Your Opening Scene
How to name a character: delve into this first step in the character creation process and find out where to look, what to look for, and what to avoid when naming the characters in your novel! // Something Delicious
What Happens On Page One; 30 WAYS TO START A NOVEL #writing advice #how to write a novel
How to plan your novel so you can write your first draft in 30 days - and have it stronger than if you'd taken a year.
Hoping to get published? This advice from literary agents about how to start a novel will help you avoid the slush pile.
Write Your Novel In A Year - Week 35: 3 Must-Have Scenes That Reveal Character - Writers Write
Ready to pump up the conversation in your novel? Learn how to write better dialogue - dialogue that speaks volumes! Click through to learn how.
50 High-Stakes Plot Ideas that you can make your own... for your thriller, mystery, scifi, fantasy, or YA novel! #writingtips #NaNoWriMo #how to write a novel