I struggled to apply story structure to my first novel. There were so many books and different terms that it all jumbled in my head and my plot stayed broken.
Realizing that my story wasn't going to fix itself, I took a deep dive into the most frequently recommended story structure experts. Eventually, I emerged with a creed:
The structure for story isn't a spine—it's geometry.
When an editor asked if she could share the model I created with her clients, I added explanations and examples that turned a single-page model into a 39-page ebook.
Yeah, maybe I'm a little OCD, but I wanted it to be helpful for anyone who's ever struggled with story structure (including me).
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