The three-act structure divides a story into three parts: setup, confrontation, and resolution. For this post, I’m going to use the movie The Wizard of Oz as an example...

By Jill Williamson The three-act structure divides a story into three parts: setup, confrontation, and resolution. For this post, I’m goin.

Many novels follow a three act formula. Find out more about three act novels and how to use this common story structure.

Three Act Structure - Make your Novel Satisfying

Three act structure is the satisfying story structure underlying many successful stories, from children's books to groundbreaking novels.

Joseph Campbell describes the journey hero's take in stories, but I believe that we all can learn something from these stages. I hold this belief because we all should be the hero in our own lives ...

Joseph Campbell’s 17 Stages of the Hero’s Journey

The Basics of the Three Act Structure: Act I (the Beginning)

The Basics of the Three Act Structure: Act I (the Beginning)

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Fiction University: How to Plot With the Three-Act Structure (NOTE — This post is NOT related to Scrivener, but I'd like to use the info contained to create a Scrivener Template for a Three-Act Novel)

Fiction University: How to Plot With the Three-Act Structure (NOTE — This post is NOT related to Scrivener, but I'd like to use the info contained to create a Scrivener Template for a Three-Act Novel)

The Spit Shine: Things to Check Before You Submit by Janice Hardy --> editing tips for writers and bloggers

The Other Side of the Story: Expect the Unexpected: Creating Plot Twists

The Arch Plot: This is the best distillation of the classic three-act plot that I have ever seen. If you go to her blog, she has broken it down into 11 story beats.

What is Arch Plot and Classic Design

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