Conflict in Fiction: What It Really Is and Why It’s Important to Plot – by K.M. Weiland…

on Helping Writers become Authors:

Conflict is one of the central engines of story. We’ve all heard it: no conflict, no story.

On the surface, that makes total sense. But I find there can be a lot of confusion around the word “conflict.”

What is conflict in fiction really?

What is its purpose?

What does it look like in a scene? And how can you use it in all types of stories?

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