This is a sampling of the content in M1-S314 – The Definitive Course for Developing PLOTS

How to identify your STORY ARC Problems

An author must first understand what a plot is before they can develop a better narrative. The plot of a story is the author’s plan for how a sequence of events will unfold throughout the story. When the author creates a narrative plot, they follow this as a guide because it includes the most important events in a story.

In this lesson, we discuss what a story arc is and some of the more frequent issues that authors face while crafting story arcs.


Handout Instructions

STEP 1.¬†Click the “Download Your PDF Handout Button.” It will redirect you to a new page where you can click the download icon to save this PDF Handout to your computer. Create a folder specifically for saving your ideas, and save your PDF template in it.

STEP 2. Open the downloaded PDF handout in a PDF viewer

STEP 3. Save your files in your handout’s ideas computer folder so you can refer to them again and again.


Do you want to learn more now that you’ve tried the sampling? Do you want to learn something new and be able to determine what and when to weave together in a string of events to keep your readers interested?

With this course, you will also get fantastic handbooks, such as examples of a power plot, a plot and story guide and chart, and how to select the best location for your plot. You will also discover what plots do, and how to recognise the different plot types and structural elements.

M1-S314 The Definitive Course for Developing Plots

This option may be right for you if you’re looking for a more focused learning experience. There are many approaches to plot structures. However, it’s important to remember that plot and structure are like gravity; you can either work with them or fight against them. In this course, you will learn how different plots work to bind together events in your storyline. You will also learn how to use different story arcs and plot structure elements that draw on the reader’s emotions. With 8 lessons, you’ll have the opportunity to learn at your own pace and review the material as many times as you need to fully understand the concepts.

If you buy this course, you’ll be well on your way to acquiring new skills and knowledge in no time!