Click the link to enjoy an explanation of how the writers crafted the opening of the film Taken to reveal character relationships and angst even as they ratcheted up the audience tension.
The explanation comes from the newest W.Ink release Discovering Your Plot, a guidebook that offers writers the necessary tools to construct a story as well as diagnose problems with pacing, tension and suspense, and sequencing events.
A couple of bites on Genre Expectations, the opening section in Discovering Your Plot–for reader expectations led to book categories >> which is a simple definition for genre.
And genre guides the plot of the story we’re writing.
Enjoy the taste at this link.
Start 2020 off by starting that novel you’ve been neglecting.
Trouble with the story line? Check out M.A. Lee’s newest writing how-to guidebook, Discovering Your Plot.
Examining the plot necessities and the major structures, Lee lands firmly on writing ground by advising all writers to use the Archetypal Story Pattern, which she details in Discovering Plot.
- Genre Expectations
- Plot Basics
- Plot Structures for the Masses
- Plot Structures for Writers