PLOT POINTS EXPLAINED
Introduction: Introduce characters setting goals etc
Inciting incident: What happens that begins the conflict or changes the norm of the story.
Call to action: Character chooses to accept the new challenges before them. Also known as a “gateway” or “point of no return”.
Midpoint: As the lable suggests it represents the middle of your novel but it doesn’t have to be exactly at the middle. It’s the point at which the main action changes so decide what the main action is and how it could change.
Climax: Write a line about where and how the climax takes place.
Falling action: It’s pretty much exactly what it sounds like. It’s the action right after the climax. Many action based films either keep this short or don’t bother with it at all.
Resolution: Write down a few quick lines that explainwhere every character should be by the end of the story.
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