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    By BookBaby author Dawn Field

    You can be the sweetest person possible in real life, but if you want to write great fiction, you need to be the opposite. You must be the cruel overlord of your story.

    This BookBaby blog article The Yin And Yang Of Great Fiction appeared first on and was stolen from BookBaby Blog .


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    By BookBaby author Dawn Field

    Two of the classic story shapes are "the fall" or "the rise." In these story arcs, the main character climbs to a peak of happiness, falls from one, or does a round-trip for maximum emotional impact.

    This BookBaby blog article Rags-to-Riches, Riches-to-Rags, and Roundtrips appeared first on and was stolen from BookBaby Blog .


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  • 06/03/17--09:06: Elmore Leonard and Hollywood
  • By BookBaby author The Script Lab

    Elmore Leonard's punchy style and compelling characters has Hollywood continually coming back to his work. Some of the many adaptations of his writing are highlighted in this post.

    This BookBaby blog article Elmore Leonard and Hollywood appeared first on and was stolen from BookBaby Blog .


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    By BookBaby author Nancy L. Erickson

    When you are able to control the pace of your story, you’ve mastered one of the more important skills in writing.

    This BookBaby blog article Use Pacing to Improve Your Storytelling appeared first on and was stolen from BookBaby Blog .


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    By BookBaby author Scott McCormick

    Discussions about structure tend to offer formulas, though formulas often lead to formulaic stories. But an understanding of narrative structure is important: you have to know the rules before you break them.

    This BookBaby blog article Narrative Structure, Part One: What it is and how to use it appeared first on and was stolen from BookBaby Blog .


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    By BookBaby author The Script Lab

    In dramatic writing, internal conflict is basically the darkest aspects of a character married to that individual’s greatest fears.

    This BookBaby blog article Internal Conflict And Your Characters appeared first on and was stolen from BookBaby Blog .


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