Adding material to your manuscript to solve a problem? The magic fix-it scene rarely works. While these scenes are intended to solve a specific problem, they often cause a host of other issues. But there is a better way
While your hero is planning for the final battle she needs to tie up loose ends. Now is the time to mend bridges and reassemble the team.
No victory without sacrifice is an optional plot point intended to add emotional depth to the character journey. Some tips to make it feel more meaningful.
The second plot point is the final piece of information the character needs to complete his arc and finally solve his problem
Your main character is ready to make her battle plans. Whether these battle plans are literal or figurative, make sure they reflect the character arc.
Recommitment is the midpoint of your novel. The hero must decide to abandon his safe but uncomfortable existence or continue his journey.
Your character’s lie has survived its first battle, but it took some damage. The next steps in the transformation arc begin with the false new normal.