BRIDGET WHELAN writer

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7 Point Story Structure [Resources]

This post is a treasure chest of resources, dealing with the hardest problem of all: how to transform the idea in your head into a compelling story.I’ve been following this Australian blog for years and am all the better for it. The blogger Hunter Emkay is a powerhouse of information on anything relating to writing. I recommend reading it and following.

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In response to a question to me, I have not created a 7 Point Story Structure, but have shared many of them. Here’s an amalgamation of resource links. As we move into the big annual NaNoWriMo many of us may be looking for a quick method to plan out our new work.

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2 comments on “7 Point Story Structure [Resources]

  1. wendyunsworth
    September 16, 2016

    Thanks so much for sharing this Bridget. As I work through the first draft of my WIP I am going to be referring back to this again and again in the next couple of months and I have found a great new (to me) blog to follow!

    • bridget whelan
      September 16, 2016

      So glad reblooging was helpful – I felt sure it would be. Good luck with the WIP

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