By: Emily Wenstrom
Conflict is critical to plot development. It’s where your characters move forward the plot of your story. But… well, sometimes a plot just doesn’t seem to want to move. If you find your plot is stuck in a rut, it may be that it doesn’t have enough dimensions to it.
Yes that’s right, dimensions. Plot dimensions.
How many conflict dimensions should your story have? Just like Goldilocks’s bears and blind mice and stooges, the answer is three: external-world conflict, external-personal conflict and internal conflict.
Here are the three dimensions of conflict: . . .
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