Structure in Fiction

That title fails but I had to refrain from referencing Batman, which I promised to not do.

As usual I will spit out some article from Writer’s Digest. It suggests you use index cards to structure your plot. I didn’t actually read it (and yes, I do read the others), but today I really don’t care what they have to say.

More importantly, how do YOU structure your fiction? Heavily detailed outlines? A single picture in your mind? Channel the spirits?

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About Richard S.

M.P.A. Candidate, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs | History buff, econ geek, policy wonk and aspiring author from Los Angeles. Follow me on Twitter @richard_cecil
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One Response to Structure in Fiction

  1. Color-coded excel sheets.

    And channeling the spirits.

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