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✔ Plot clock. Same info you might see in a graph or scale format but this is an interesting visual that may click better in your mind. [ I may actually build a clock to help me ;) ]

Quote on writing inspiration by Beth Revis.

"Writer's Block" information. How to overcome writer's block. I have never had it (yet), but good to have.

A Novel Idea: How to Make a Plot Board--it's super simple, it will keep your story organized, and I even made a video!

Wheel of Plot Twists! This is a fun idea, I may make a giant one with less ridiculous plot twists for fun

Plot Map. Might be helpful while outlining. I have no clue what'll work because I've always been a pantser. I'm pinning all the things!

Plot: Characters v. Patterns- Thank you thank you. Now I get it I can stop beating myself up over a character arc

Babies Are The Most Honest With Emotions

A Perfect Plot In 6 Easy Steps -- if you think you "can't" plot, you can. Remember to outline at some stage, and WRITE... :-)

2BR02B Plot Mini-Unit (by Kurt Vonnegut) (pronounced "to be or naught to be"), 7-12th grades, COMMON CORE, full story text, public domain audiobook, "To Be or Not to Be" soliloquy excerpt from Hamlet, plot chart arc organizer, plot analysis questions. While reading the short story 2BR02B, this graphic organizer will help students analyze the 6 parts of the plot: Exposition, Conflict, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution