Advanced Plotting

Advanced Plotting is designed for the intermediate and advanced writer you ve finished a few manuscripts, read books and articles on writing, taken some classes, attended conferences But you still struggle with plot, or suspect that your plotting needs work This book can help The Plot Outline Exercise is designed to help a writer work with a completed manuscript to ideAdvanced Plotting is designed for the intermediate and advanced writer you ve finished a few manuscripts, read books and articles on writing, taken some classes, attended conferences But you still struggle with plot, or suspect that your plotting needs work This book can help The Plot Outline Exercise is designed to help a writer work with a completed manuscript to identify and fix plot weaknesses It can also be used to help flesh out an outline Additional articles address specific plot challenges, such as getting off to a fast start, propping up a sagging middle, building to a climax, and improving your pacing Guest authors share advice from their own years of experience Read the book straight through, study the index to find help with your current problem, or dip in and out randomly however you use this book, you ll find fascinating insights and detailed tips to help you build a stronger plot and become a better writer.
Advanced Plotting Advanced Plotting is designed for the intermediate and advanced writer you ve finished a few manuscripts read books and articles on writing taken some classes attended conferences But you still str

  • Title: Advanced Plotting
  • Author: Chris Eboch
  • ISBN: 9781463739300
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Advanced Plotting”

    1. Nice collection of thoughts on plotting with examples from middle grade and YA writing mostly. It's not quite as "advanced" as the title makes out (there are lots of Writers Digest titles that run circles around this very slim volume), but an enjoyable afternoon read if you get your kicks out of reading writing books. Not essential for the how-to library, though.

    2. Like many authors, I sometimes have problems finding the perfect book to advance my plotting. There's a plethora of material out there for those who are novices at writing but not as many for more experienced authors. I've finished reading it and can't wait to begin the exercises in it and tips to make certain my most current novel has the turning points it needs to catch a reader's attention. I highly recommend Advanced Plotting for those who take their craft seriously.

    3. Would be a good guide for a beginner writer who is trying to figure out how to structure a novel. Definitely not an "advanced" guide as the title and blurb suggest.

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