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C is for Crisis versus Conflict | #AtoZChallenge

Crisis is an event, a point in time. Conflict is ongoing friction that drives the plot. The crisis happens when the conflict reaches a turning point just before or at the same time as the climax. The opposing forces in … Continue reading

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Stepping Off the Precipice: What If My Book Had Kept the Prologue I’d Intended?

After reading Prologues and Epilogues — Is There a Point to Them? (Helena Fairfax, A Writer’s Path), which I reblogged in the previous post (here), once again I am forced to revisit my writing process from many years ago, between … Continue reading

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