10 Basic Dos And Dont’s For Plotting


At its most basic, a plot is about at least two characters who have opposing goals. The conflict that results turns an idea into a story that can be plotted to the end.

In 2013, we wrote a post about problems with plotting called Plotting – 10 Basic Dos and Don’ts. We’ve used a section of that post to create today’s infographic.

Read the full post here:  Plotting – 10 Basic Dos and Don’ts

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