In Writing Mastery 2, the focus will be on your story, which means that you will spend more time brainstorming scenes and working to build your story as a whole. Many of these exercises are designed to help you see your story in a new way, brainstorm new scenes, and then begin writing them, so that you build on the existing framework of your novel. Settings that can give birth to incredible societies and characters, plus how to take those characters’ cores and generate enthralling conflicts for your plot.
Writing Mastery 2 — Using Plotting Tools
Lesson 1: Recognize Plot Holes.
Lesson 2: Complications and Obstacles.
Lesson 3: Nine Parts to a Story.
Lesson 4: Identity Conflict.
Lesson 5: Crucibles.
Lesson 6: Time bombs.
Lesson 7: Dilemmas.
Lesson 8: Character Growth.
Lesson 9: Tripling.
Lesson 10: Story Shapes.
Don’t let plot holes ruin your road to the NYT Bestseller list.