Check out this great post from Kristina Stanley’s blog on the topic of the story arc.
As a writer, it’s important to be two people. One of you is the creative writer. The other is the analytical, big-picture editor. Visualizing your story as a whole will help you edit like a professional.
This is why the Story Arc is so important. It provides an immediate visual of your manuscript. But Story Arcs were always tricky to draw. Until now…
The Story Arc by Feedback
First, a recommended story arc is drawn based on the word count of your novel. Next, your story arc is drawn based on an automatic analysis of your scenes.
The app estimates which scenes are the inciting incident, plot point 1, the middle, plot point 2, and the climax of your novel.
You can then confirm if the correct scenes were identified. If not, with a couple clicks, you can redraw the story arc with the scenes you selected. Then you can decide if you’ve put…
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