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The ABCs of Story + 6 Lessons Writers Can Learn from 'Stranger Things'

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The ABCs of Story: Plots, Subplots and Sub-Subplots
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The arrangement of a narrative is often thought to be comprised of the peaks and valleys, dips and pivots of a single story, and that story is threaded with individual subplots. Here, New York Times best-selling author Chuck Wendig (whose book Damn Fine Story was recently released) offers different way to think about plots and subplots. Read More...
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6 Lessons Writers Can Learn from Netflix's Stranger Things
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Stranger Things' roaring success has been the result of its fresh blend of nostalgia, rich suspense, an immersive plot, and other elements that writers can emulate in their own writing to craft more compelling tales. Here's what you can learn about writing from Netflix's hit suspense series.  Read More...

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Your Story #86: Submit Now!
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For consideration in the latest Your Story contest, write the opening sentence (just one sentence), of 25 words or fewer, to a story based on the photo to the left. You can be funny, poignant, witty, etc.; it is, after all, your story.  See the full image & submit here...
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The Great Debate: To Prologue or Not to Prologue?
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Book publishing industry professionals and readers alike have openly expressed their dislike of prologues. Prologues aren't inherently evil or indicative of poor writing. Prologues can-and have been-executed with skill. But are they necessary? That is the biggest question-not "should I write a prologue" but "does a prologue improve my story?"   Read More...
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7 Top Tips to Create a Cinematic Novel
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Writing a story that has all the enticing elements of a screenplay in novel form can be a challenge, but if done right it can lead to a cinematic manuscript that's bound to catch the eye of agents and readers. Here are seven ways to take your eye for big screen story ideas and craft them into can't-miss novel ideas. Read More...
Launching Into Scenes with Action
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All great novels and stories start out with a mere idea. No matter how grand or ordinary, strange or beguiling your idea, you must take it through an alchemical process that transforms it into a story. You can launch a scene using characters, actions, narrative summary and setting. This article focuses on launching a scene with action. Read More...
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The Shadow: Dampness lingers in the midnight air. Nearby, an unidentifiable sound pricks at your nerves, repeating every few seconds. Your breath catches in your throat as a long shadow cleaves through the light spilling from a street lamp just around the corner ahead of you. You consider turning back. ... What happens next?

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