Have you been thinking about using Scrivener but have no idea where to start? Perhaps you’ve downloaded the free trial and opened it up and felt immediately overwhelmed. Or, maybe you’re curious about the fuss some writers make about this programme. If any of these situations apply to you than this Scrivener Tutorial is for you.
So you’ve brainstormed ideas for the three plot points in the first act of your story, and you’re now wondering how to transition between act one and act two. How do you take your character into the core conflict of the story? The easiest way to do this is to set up a point of no return scene in your story. In this episode, I’ll discuss the point of no return scene and its position in the story. I’ll also share two important tips you need to consider as you write point of no return scene.
So, you’ve created a great narrative hook and an ordinary world scene for your story and you’re thinking ‘what next?’ In this episode, I will share will you the important elements of the next plot point in the first act of your story. The next plot point in the first act is the inciting incident.
Are you struggling to figure out how to start your novel? Quite often we place much emphasis on the first sentence or paragraph and not to the large scene. In three-act structure, this scene is referred to as the ordinary world. In this episode, we are going to discuss why this scene is so important and I’ll share seven tips to help you write a great ordinary world scene.
So, how do you start a story? How do you hook the reader from the very first page? In the literary world, there is a lot of talk about how to write an inciting first line or paragraph. There’s a step you need to take before you put pen to paper. This step is outlining your story and structuring it in such a way that hooks the reader. And, how do you achieve this? By creating an irresistible story hook.
So, you’ve got a story idea that you can’t wait to write and you’re wondering; how do you write a good story? Is there a structure you should follow as you write a novel? There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to writing a novel. If you’re just starting out, then I recommend using Three Act Structure. This type of story structure is a writing tool used by screenwriters. It was studying the craft of writing for screen, which I was introduced to the concept of structuring a story.