The Midpoint as the Swivel Point of Your Story’s Linked Structure – by K.M. Weiland…

on Helping Writers become Authors:

The “saggy middle” of a story is one of the biggest challenges writers face.

The Second Act is twice as long as the other two acts and yet is often less clearly defined.

What’s a writer to do to keep the pacing just as tight and the events just as interesting over the long haul of the Second Act?

The simplest answer is: Mind the Midpoint.

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