But I have to admit, sometimes all this story structure stuff just zooms right over my head.
For me, a story begins with one scene. A scene I can’t get out of my head. However, often times that’s as far as it goes. After that, I get stuck.
Larry writes about a different way to look at story structure. Just string together the scenes. What came before and what happened after your mind captativing scene. Although, it’s still a little more difficult than stringing beads, his explanation is eye-opening.
Read for yourself and see if it takes a little of the mystique out of story structure writing.
He also gives additional links to help us along our route to understanding.
Check out his post.
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