This lesson goes beyond the idea that a story merely consists of a beginning, middle, and an end, looking at the five basic elements of the narrative arc.
This lesson looks at ways you can hook your readers with your story's opening lines and explores the advantages and disadvantages of different points of view.
This writing lesson explores the advantages and disadvantages of past tense and present tense, helping determine which tense may work best for your story.
This creative writing lesson provides tips for using conflict and suspense to inject tension into your story, powering the plot from beginning to end.
This lesson explores different types of story endings, providing tips for writing effective endings that both satisfy and surprise your readers.
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