How to Create a Good Plot

All writers have at some point reach the end of their line or words during book writing. Typing with a passion on your great idea sound familiar, but then you are stuck. There is a trick to book writing and it is to figure out the structure of your book before you start writing.
Devising a story, it is important to think of it in emotional terms. Figure out how you characters feel, what they think as well as their inner struggles. You need a great emotional impact in order to create a good plot. When devising a plot for a good story you must keep in mind that it is physical whereas the story is emotional.
No book can be a best-seller if it does not have a good story line and a great plot. You need to understand the difference behind the story and the plot of your book in order to create a main character in order to portray the emotional and physical journey of the character. Breaking your book up into manageable pieces can be called your checkpoints in the structure of your story.
It is possible however to create an exiting yarn in a book with hardly any character development in the story line. Many mainstream books and stories have no story behind it, but especially for a new writer it is important to create a good plot and story line. Well-known writers can get away with publishing a book with no story line, but it is not something that is advised for aspiring writers.
Establishing your plot first off all, will depend on the story you wish to share in your book. The story on the other hand will determine the plot options open to you. It is one of the most important concepts in book writing.



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