Con, Heist & Prison Break: Build A Plot Workbook – Story Building Blocks
Story Building Blocks I: The Four Layers of Conflict introduced fourteen story skeletons based on genre. It assembled the elements that are generally considered important for good fiction. It talked about the importance of making sure your story has solid architecture and why it is critical to make a promise to your readers and keep it. In this workbook, we tackle the Con, Heist & Prison Break story skeleton where twists and turns and acts of revenge keep readers turning pages. Let’s begin.
About Diana Hurwitz (The Villages, Florida Author)
Diana Hurwitz spent her childhood near Cincinnati daydreaming and writing poetry. She is often found lost in a book and dissects fiction for fun. She currently resides in central Florida with her husband and two cats.
When not writing, she indulges in reading, painting, jewelry design, travel, graphic art, and web design.She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and the Ladyscribes critique group.
She writes the Story Building Blocks series and the companion blog, Game On!, because she loves helping other writers and as a book addict thinks life is too short for bad fiction. She is the author of the young adult series Mythikas Island which she was inspired to write for her teen daughter who complained, “Why do YA books always have love triangles? Can’t a girl be a hero without a boyfriend?” The answer is, “Yes, yes she can.” She contributes to the Blood Red Pencil Blog with other fun editors and writers.
She can be found hanging out on Facebook far more often than she should be.