Now that we have our prep work done, it's time to start setting up the ups and downs of our plot. Every plot needs to have an arc that is compelling and keeps the reader, well, reading. The easiest way to make sure you have an intriguing arc is to create an outline and of course, submit it to the group for feedback. Who else is going to be able to point out your plot holes? We're also going to be working on plot premise for your novel as well as your characters in order to ensure that you have well rounded and believable characters that your readers will be able to relate to. Now, to the serious bits, your tasks.
Your First Task
Plot premises are very important, not just so you can relate the story concept to your reader, but also, so you know what path each character is going to take in the journey of your novel. You'll start off by making a list of your characters (protagonist, antagonist and supporting characters)