In October, I taught a series of live trainings on plotting methods for both plotters and pantsers (From Premise to Plot: Easy Story Structure for Plotters and Pantsers).
It was a ton of fun, and so many of you who attended asked great questions that spurred me to add extra content beyond what I’d planned.
The result was more than 9 hours of video, covering an array of plotting techniques for all types of writers, both organic writers (pantsers) and outliners who love traditional story structure (plotters).
I’d like to share some excerpts from this training with you.
Functional definitions of “plot” and “plot point” (it’s not the same ones you learned in your high school English class):
Brainstorming questions for plotting, using the first pinch point as an example:
Plotters vs. pantsers – why you shouldn’t think of it as a “versus”:
Of course, we covered so much more in From Premise to Plot!
If you missed it and would like to learn more about the replays (and how you can get them), go here: http://jvz1.com/c/257231/184347