So you may or may not have seen Dan Wells’ lecture on Seven-Point Story Structure. (I mentioned a blog or two ago that I wanted to talk about it. This is the one you’ve all been waiting for.)
For those of you unfamiliar with the concept, it breaks down your basic narrative structure into the following seven points:
Plot Turn 1
Plot Turn 2
Some of these terms may be a little unfamiliar to you, so I will expound on them briefly.
Hook- this is the opposite state to your Resolution. If your protagonist ends the story a hero or in love or dead, they need to start the story in a state where they are not those things. Their lack thereof, for whatever reason, ought to be compelling enough that, right from the get-go, we would like to see them in this…
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