Writing Well Story Clinic – Turning Points: Clinic 3. This week, Carrie takes a look at identifying and improving the first minor turning point for a finished manuscript.
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Writing Well Story Clinic – Turning Points, Week 2. Learn how looking at the major turning points in your completed manuscript can help you fix problems in your first draft or improve your second draft.
Writing Well Story Clinic – Turning Points: Clinic 1. This week, Carrie walks through the process she uses to find the turning points for a novel that is still in the planning stages.
Writing Well Story Clinic – Turning Points. Introduction. Learn how to create the strongest, most compelling turning points for your novel in progress or how to strengthen the turning points if your novel is already finished. Join Carrie for a 4-part series on developing or strengthening turning points.
What do you do when a character takes over your novel?
A look back at writing events and highlights for September 2012, including an update on the conclusion of story planning.
A look back at writing events and highlights for August 2012, including an update on story planning and Carrie’s new Story Plan.
Randy Ingermanson talks about the interrupted lives of characters.
A final look at the structure of Chris Fabry’s novel, Dogwood. This week, we take a look at an alternate three-part structure.
Part 3 in the story clinic for the contemporary novel, Dogwood. An examination of what makes the third act work.