Key Components of Story
For teens and new writers, in which I’ll outline and describe the recipe of a novel.
Plotting Made Easy
For teens and new writers, in which we’ll walk through prompts and plot points to jump start your story idea.
Plot—and the things that feed it
For new and advanced writers: Organization and efficiency may seem out of reach, but with worksheets and plot point prompts, you can build a framework to guide you from set-up to climax in a logical, inevitable manner. Conversely, plugging a finished manuscript into a plot graph will illuminate holes you need to fill in revisions.
Don’t worry, pantsers! This will not suck the life out of the experience for you—it allows for guidelines to make the connections easier, but still makes room for you to improvise on the spot.
Character prompts will help you delve into the people who form your story, in a way that will then help prompt the decisions they make and the plot they end up in.