The plot is simply the way you organize your story, the way you fit the puzzle pieces together to form a connected and coherent picture for the reader.
Plots are really the glue that holds character and story together, making your story compelling to read.
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Ask yourself two questions: Is your story idea weighty enough to warrant 75,000 to 100,000 words? Is it powerful enough to hold the reader to the end?
- Why does he/she dress a certain way?
- Good characters evolve over time
- Your people must be as flexible as possible -without overdoing it
- Include interactions between characters, and links to friends or family.
- Get the best out of every character.
Dig deeply into your emotions and put those feelings on the page . Strive to create a successful story.
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