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BEST GUIDEto start aNOVELPLOT             www.Writania.com
What is aPLOT?            www.Writania.com
What are itsELEMENTS?           www.Writania.com
1Cause & Effectsevents in a story causing     consequences                            www.Writania.com
2   Action/Reactiona though or emotion actedupon which causes reaction                             www.Writania.com
3      Something at                stake.a though or emotion acted     upon causes reaction                    www.Writani...
4   Forces to Reckon WithA villain, set ofcircumstances, opponent or fearwhich keeps theprotagonist fromsucceeding.       ...
5 the passion and struggle of    ScenesShows        the characters.   www.Writania.com
A scene must show what the story    is about and demonstrate           characters.     www.Writania.com
SCENE vs EXPOSITION            Scenes move a          story and shows              action… but         Exposition tells a ...
80% of yournovel shouldbe written inscenes and20%exposition.                www.Writania.com
Keep PRACTICING…     and VISIT            our       WEBSITE.www.Writania.com                   www.Writania.com
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Best Guide to Start a Novel Plot

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Writania.com: Learn how to start a novel and write scenes that keep your story alive and interesting to readers using these 5 key elements of novel plotting.

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Best Guide to Start a Novel Plot

  1. 1. BEST GUIDEto start aNOVELPLOT www.Writania.com
  2. 2. What is aPLOT? www.Writania.com
  3. 3. What are itsELEMENTS? www.Writania.com
  4. 4. 1Cause & Effectsevents in a story causing consequences www.Writania.com
  5. 5. 2 Action/Reactiona though or emotion actedupon which causes reaction www.Writania.com
  6. 6. 3 Something at stake.a though or emotion acted upon causes reaction www.Writania.com
  7. 7. 4 Forces to Reckon WithA villain, set ofcircumstances, opponent or fearwhich keeps theprotagonist fromsucceeding. www.Writania.com
  8. 8. 5 the passion and struggle of ScenesShows the characters. www.Writania.com
  9. 9. A scene must show what the story is about and demonstrate characters. www.Writania.com
  10. 10. SCENE vs EXPOSITION Scenes move a story and shows action… but Exposition tells a description to readers. www.Writania.com
  11. 11. 80% of yournovel shouldbe written inscenes and20%exposition. www.Writania.com
  12. 12. Keep PRACTICING… and VISIT our WEBSITE.www.Writania.com www.Writania.com

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