Three act structure

Many novels follow a three act formula. Find out more about three act novels and how to use this common story structure.

Three Act Structure - Make your Novel Satisfying

Three act structure is the satisfying story structure underlying many successful stories, from children's books to groundbreaking novels.

Go Teen Writers: Understanding the Three-Act Structure

By Jill Williamson The three-act structure divides a story into three parts: setup, confrontation, and resolution. For this post, I’m goin.

Fiction University: How to Plot With the Three-Act Structure

Fiction University: How to Plot With the Three-Act Structure (NOTE — This post is NOT related to Scrivener, but I'd like to use the info contained to create a Scrivener Template for a Three-Act Novel)

The Arch Plot: this is the best distillation of the classic three-act plot that I have ever seen.

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Fiction University: How to Plot With the Three-Act Structure

By Janice Hardy, First up from the mailbag: "Maybe I'm a sucker for plot, but I'd be interested in big picture plotting .

Fiction University: How to Plot With the Three-Act Structure

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Fiction University: Guest Author K.M. Weiland: Can You Structure if You’re a Pantser?

Fiction University: Guest Author K. Weiland: Can You Structure if You’re a Pantser? (Pantser: those who prefer to write “by the seat of their pants” without a preconceived idea of the story’s plot.

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