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Structure

 

60 Structure Ideas for Fiction and Non-Fiction Writers

60 very clever ideas that make it faster and easier to create compelling fiction and non-fiction structures and significantly improve your writing.

29 pages, ebook (PDF), £2.99

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Create fiction and non-fiction your readers will never forget. No more disorganised plots or interminable prose that bores and confuses; your writing will be clear, coherent and engrossing, leaving your readers hungry for your next creation.

Why you need this book

In today's ultra-competitive writing and publishing market, you need every advantage you can get. That's where our inspiring collection of writing ideas can help you.

Each of the 35 books in the ideas4writers collection is packed with versatile ideas, expert tips, and easy-to-implement practical advice.

You'll soon be writing brilliant books, amazing articles, and standout stories that will have readers, editors and publishers longing for more.

The STRUCTURE collection includes:

  • How to create a story blueprint
  • How to write stories that grab your readers and hold them until the very last word
  • Understanding novel, scene-sequel, three-act, classic myth, and advanced structures
  • Which rules you can break
  • How to write compelling non-fiction using fiction structures
  • And much more

Excerpt: Chinese box

The Chinese Box makes an intriguing (and fairly easy) way of producing
"unputdownable" stories. In this structure you end up with a story within a story within a story, nested several layers deep. As the tale progresses, your readers are left increasingly on tenterhooks, awaiting the outcome of not just one story but an ever-growing number of them.

[EXAMPLE] You might begin by telling what seems to be a straightforward
story, but break off at an intriguing moment when the hero comes across an old document. The document unfolds another intriguing story, but then breaks off midway when it refers the reader to a separate letter. That letter refers the reader to another document, a will perhaps, and that in turn might refer the reader to a videotape locked in a bank vault. Once the videotape has been viewed, the rest of the will can be revealed - the part that your readers have been waiting for. With the reading of the will concluded, readers at last gets to see what was in the rest of the letter, and finally we are returned to the document that started it all off and we find out how it ends. And with all of that over and done with, the main story resumes where it left off many pages ago, and finally draws to a conclusion.

You can add many more layers than this if you like. The important thing is to keep is intriguing, always breaking off just before the big revelation and making your readers wait, in a delicious agony of suspense.

Be a more inspired, more productive and more successful writer with the ideas4writers ideas collection.

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Buy the complete Volume 1 (The Elements of Fiction - 6 books in 1)

Includes: Characters, Description & Setting,
Dialogue, Plot, Structure, Theme

799 very clever ideas, 310 pages

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