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Add your imagination to the knowledge of craft, and you've got a story. Add in a method to edit your story with in depth analysis and you've got a great story. This masterclass empowers you by guiding you through the story editing process and providing a structure that ensures your hard work pays off.

Lesson 1: The Fictionary Methodology: 38 Story Elements to a Better Story

Identify and fix problems within your manuscript by focusing on your story, not just the words.

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Lesson 2: Characters And Story Structure

You’ve finished your first draft, so most likely you know who your characters are, what they look like, where they work and so on. But what about how they fit into your story structure?

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Lesson 3: How To Improve Your Plot

Tackle your plot and learn how to evaluate and revise your scenes to keep your reader engaged and emotional.

Lesson 4: How To Improve Your Settings

Setting can increase or decrease tension and conflict, set the mood, and show characterization.

Lesson 5: How To Use Word Count To Evaluate Your Scenes

Word count per scene helps you control the pacing and tension in your novel.

Lesson 6: Connect Readers to Characters

Readers love to cheer for a character. Make them feel what your character feels, and you’ll keep them reading

Lesson 7: POV Characters

The POV you choose determines whose thoughts, emotions, and senses the reader will experience your story from.

Lesson 8: Story Arc And Engaging Your Readers

Having a structured story will keep your reader from getting lost along the way. This is why the story arc is so important.

Lesson 9: Finding Plot Holes

Evaluate the plot, edit, and rewrite until you’ve created a powerful story for your readers.

Lesson 10: Draw Your Readers Into and Out of Each Scene

Capture the reader at the beginning and end of each scene and keep them reading.

Lesson 11: Maximize Tension And Conflict

You don’t need tension and conflict in every scene, but you should have either tension or conflict in each scene.

Lesson 12: Check For Empty Stages

A reader must know where characters are, when they are there, and how the location affects their senses.

Lesson 13: Keep Your Timeline Clear

The quicker the reader understands timing, the quicker they will be drawn into the scene.

Lesson 14: Bringing it all Together

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