In any conversation if you want to drive someone crazy just say one word and be convincing, “Why.” It is an open-ended word with no end. Go ahead, have a conversation with someone and let them do all the talking. At the end just say, “why.”
By this time, you are saying to yourself, “What the hell does this have to do with writing?” Well, you’d be surprised. When writing a fictional story as a writer you want to create situations that beg the question why? Why did she do that? Why did he kill him? Why are they mad at the world?
A writer can build a book around why’s and misdirection. This comes back to your outline when creating your story. If you want to step it down even further here is a portion of an article written by Christine Fonseca in 2010 regarding Writing a Synopsis and Plot Structure.
This is about Plot Structure
Here’s a quick list of each of the stages and plot turns in a typical story:
As you can see, before you jump into writing your novel or story simplify it first. If you do this you will be very happy with the results.
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