This post is the fifth in a series on subplots.
This post is the fourth in a series on subplots.
Now that you know what a subplot is, and you’ve decided what kind you’re going to write, it’s time to figure out what shape that subplot is going to take.
What Do You Need To Accomplish?
Now that we know what a subplot is, let's take a look at different types of subplots and see how they work.
Welcome to a new article series! This time, we’ll be talking about about the structural and narrative importance of SUBPLOTS. But before we dive in, let’s figure out what a subplot actually is.
According to Dictionary.com, a subplot is:
In our last post, we took a look at Christopher Booker's 7 Basic Plots and covered the Journey a
Stories are organized around a sequence of events that contain plot drivers that influence what happens in that section. Throughout time, storytellers have drawn upon common story structures that have evolved within their culture.
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