The nuts and bolts of story plots

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Plotting an entire novel is a complex task, best summed up by saying it is the author’s way of showing the reader the events as they are unfolding. A successful plot depends largely on how the author chooses to display those events as they unfold.

A good story is made up of a logical beginning, a bumpy middle and a satisfying end. But a good plot is made up of more than just these three basics.

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