Understanding the Adventure World of a Story’s Second Act – by K.M. Weiland…

on Helping Writers become Authors:

Every story is an adventure.

No matter its genre, focus, or tone, a story is always about an undertaking of some sort, whether cosmically large or familiarly small.

This is why writers can use the metaphor of the Adventure World for a story’s Second Act to better understand this crucial part of story structure in almost any story.

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