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Story arc

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One of the key and most practical take aways I had this summer from the Teachers College Writing Institute was during my session with author, Sarah Weeks. I attended her class on writing children…

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Scenes are the building blocks of stories. But what actually makes up a scene? In this blog, we break down the eight building blocks of working scenes, with tips and tricks on how to fit your scenes to your story arc.

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A strong story arc gives your novel shape and structure. Read archetypal story arcs and steps to make your book more intriguing.

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Make summarizing and finding a theme easy with a story arc. Your fourth grade students simply plot characters, goal, obstacle, and outcome.

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These is an incredibly loose, basic diagram of what story arc looks like. It's mostly geared toward plot driven stories, and character driven stories ac... Story Arc Diagram

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Maureen Murdock is generally regarded as the first to chart an alternative to Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey narrative paradigm that she believed is more appropriate for women’s…

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Researchers have found six common story arcs in literature. In this article, see which arc fits your story best and how to use it in your writing.

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Your story arc is what gives your novel structure and makes it satisfying for your readers. Without it, you have a story that meanders around, getting nowhere, and it doesn’t matter how beautiful your prose is - without a story arc, you’ll leave your readers woefully dissatisfied.

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A wealth of fun and functional writing worksheets, writing articles, prompts, story ideas, and more.

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Has anyone ever told you that your narrative arc was too weak? Too complex? Find out what that means and how you can fix it in this guide to arcs and plots.

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