Offer your readers a solid Act I and they’ll want to see the story to the end

The opening might be the least exciting of the three acts in a story, but lay it down with awareness, and it will sustain your story to the very end.

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The 3-Act Story Structure is one of the most effective narrative structures. It’s…

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Storytelling as an experience for writers and readers. How stories work their way into our lives

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Author of historical fantasy novels set in the 1920s | Dieselpunk | 1920s social history blogger | Hopeless Tolkien nerd https://theoldshelter.com/

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