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Tom Rizzo

TIm--Excellent advice. Your posts are packed with practical, immediately-applicable advice. The important part of this post is the idea of getting your main characters on stage as soon as possible and establishing the problem, or conflict. Of course, the big challenge is sustaining that tension.

Tim Sunderland

Thanks, and I agree with your comment on FB. No villain, no conflict, no plot.


I agree, no conflict, no plot, no story. Eugenia Renskoff

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