It’s the end of act II and all is lost. Your protagonist must work hard to get what she wants or lose everything.
The story arc has been around for over 2000 years, and is a proven way to tell a good story. It’s not the only way, but it does work.
Evaluating your story arc in the context of the three-act structure should spark your creativity, not box it in. Use the story arc to make your story better by understanding why certain key events happening at the right time will engage your readers.
The story is yours. The arc helps you make it better.
Today, we’re talking about Plot Point 2.
What Is Plot Point 2
Plot Point 2 (PP2) signals the end of Act II.
Plot Point 2 will be a low point for…
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